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14 October, 15:41

According to Ari Wallach, what is short-termism, and why is it a problem?

What is "longpath" and why did Wallach develop the concept?

Briefly discuss each of the three ways of thinking that Wallach describes.

How does Wallach relate the future to a part of speech? Explain.

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  1. 14 October, 16:25
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    short-termism

    Is the acting upon short term vision of the needs and problems that must be addressed. It is a problem because the vision that is important is the Long path vision.

    What is "longpath" and why did Wallach develop the concept?

    Is a concept that combines long term vision and goal oriented. Wallach develop that concept as he did not find a term that frame what is intended in the long run that was goal oriented.

    Briefly discuss each of the three ways of thinking that Wallach describes.

    Transgenerational thinking: Thinking the impact of your actions in the future generations to come.

    Futures thinking: The future is not related only with better technology but with how will human relationships, moral, art and feelings like compassion will evolve.

    Telos thinking: This is an invitation to think having in mind what is the "ultimate aim" of our actions as little of they might be. It is important to raise the question: how this action that I am doing now will impact or change the future in 20,50 or 100 years to come.

    How does Wallach relate the future to a part of speech?

    Wallach make a link between Thomas Khun quote: "People don't shift unless they have a vision of what it is they're shifting to." an Martin Luther King Speech of "I Have a Dream" he says that that speech is successful as it shows what is the vision of what a dream must looks like
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