18 06 2018

Energy for the Common Good
Aristotle famously contrasted two types of knowledge... Jeffrey Sachs

Aristotle famously contrasted two types of knowledge: “techne” (technical know-how) and “phronesis” (practical wisdom). Scientists and engineers have offered the techne to move rapidly from fossil fuels to zero-carbon energy; now we need the phronesis to redirect our politics and economies accordingly.   NEW YORK...

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