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Monday, January 20, 2020

Collective Intelligence in Hodges' model: c/o Röling (2009)

individual
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INTERPERSONAL : SCIENCES
humanistic ----------------------------------------------- mechanistic
SOCIOLOGY : POLITICAL
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group - population
Intelligence Quotient

Emotional Intelligence
Spiritual Intelligence
...

Individual beliefs
Individual motivation


"Can individuals really be rational and modify behaviours accordingly?"

Ozone layer
Troposphere
Biosphere

 HUMANS are a FORCE of NATURE

Deepest Ocean bed

"Anthropogenics would also be a praxiology - a science that informs decisions and action." p.40.
 

The 'Enlightment' tradition:
Science, Knowledge, Human ideals distilled in history and future history.

"Can we adapt tools forged to create wealth and use them for sustainable development?
Is ever-increasing wealth the only viable measure of progress?"

"A close understanding of how institutions determine individual behaviour might even curb the enthusiasm for "methodological individualism", the tendency to explain collective things such as the marketplace as a necessary outcome of individual choices." p.41.



[Context: How can agriculture feed the world ..? ]
"One of the things this exercise brought home to me was how poorly we understand humans as agents of planetary change, how little of what we do know is widely shared, and that this knowledge is scattered across disciplines that appear distant to governance. I began to ask if we needed a new discipline, one that could beyond the work of thousands of ecologists, climatologists, economists, anthropologists, psychologists, political scientists, neuroscientists and the like. I decided to appropriate the name "anthropogenics" for my dream discipline. p.40.

My source:
Röling, N. (2009) Profile. A proper study of mankind, New Scientist, 17 January, 201, 2691. pp.40-41.