The (Coming) Age of Thresholding - Philosophical Studies in Contemporary Culture 6 (Hardback)Stephen A. Erickson (author)
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Many have asked why and when our century's values came into being, and why they have been sustained in the manner in which they have. These are legitimate historical questions, and I hope to supply some answers. But other questions should be directed toward our future. Over what threshold might we be crossing and what will have been ventured? What will have been gained, and what will be left behind?
from The (Coming) Age of Thresholding
Number of pages: 300
Weight: 1370 g
Dimensions: 235 x 155 x 19 mm
Edition: 1999 ed.
John Cleese, London, UK
`Professor Erickson's concept of thresholding is highly illuminating, a guide to the perplexed who want to think seriously about how to find their way through the new era we have entered but the shape of which we do not yet fully discern. He is no false prophet. He makes one really pause and think through our situation and what it may portend. Amid all the books published on the eve of the millennium this is one to study carefully.'
Timothy Fuller, Professor of Political Science, Colorado College, USA
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