A time known as a rebirth of culture, the Renaissance lasted from the 14th to…
In the 20th century, advancements in science, technology, consumerism, global expansion, and human consciousness progressed more quickly than ever before. This rapid growth caused significant changes in contemporary philosophy, with increased awareness about the benefits (and the dangers) of such human potential. Futurists are concerned not only about the contemporary world—they are considering the future, now.
Duration: 10 days
Time: 5 minutes/day
Format: One episode a day via email
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