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Work Futures Update | In The Fog

| Mark Lilla | Is Office Life Dead? | Workboards | Truckers’ Fears | Less Teamwork Is More |

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2020–05–22 Beacon NY | Mark Lilla is just one of the many writers focused on uncertainty, these days (see Quote of the Moment, below). I recently wrote this, in The Postnormal Future of Work:

Adopting a new mindset is the most…

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The ecology of work, and the anthropology of the future

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My principal obsession is the ecology of work and the anthropology of the future.

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