Rethinking How We Think
Charles M. Johnston, MD, author
Look closely at any of the most critical questions ahead for the species and we find an easily unsettling shared theme. Not only do usual answers fail us, usual ways of thinking fail us. Essential challenges of every sort are requiring not just fresh insights, but whole new, more mature and systemic, ways of understanding. In this short book, one of today’s most respected and innovative social thinkers confronts what makes needed new ways of understanding new and why they are inescapably important. He also addresses ways they can be practiced and how, when we are ready for them, they can feel like common sense. Rethinking How We Think explores the conceptual underpinnings of the future’s needed new common sense.