Nazi alert and other people's reactions
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27-12-2012, 02:30 AM (This post was last modified: 27-12-2012 02:36 AM by DLJ.)
RE: Nazi alert and other people's reactions
Thanks Lumi,

Good stuff.

My own minor social experiment in this area is wonderfully revealing.

Watching the shift in people's attitudes from possession-orientated 'me first' to one of sharing and giving, is heart-warming as scarcity is replaced by abundance.

Privacy is an aspect to which I had not given much thought but I observe that there is room for personal privacy ... but less need / desire for it.

In my courses, I cover all the processes required to enable this environment.
These processes need to be managed so there is still a need for governance but this reduces with automation and cultural acceptance.

Generally speaking, I see the likelihood of this succeeding as being linked to the age old challenge of:
symbiosis vs. predator/prey.
merger vs. acquisition.
game theory: split vs steal.

I think the answer lies in implementation at lower levels i.e. families, communities before cities, states.

Our behaviour changes depending on which group we perceive ourselves belonging to.

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RE: Nazi alert and other people's reactions - DLJ - 27-12-2012 02:30 AM
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