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OVERCOMING the THREAT to Our FUTURE
David Anderson shares insights on 'Overcoming the Threat to Our Future'
New book takes a deeper look at the relationship between Homo sapiens and planet earth and the cosmos
BOCA RATON, Fla. – The world is being faced with an existential threat. There is the possibility of human extinction. And unlike threats in the past to all forms of life on the planet, this one will not be determined by a random meteorite/asteroid or natural planetary happening. It will be species' self-inflicted. We are that species.
“Overcoming the Threat to Our Future” calls for a radically different understanding of the relationship between Homo sapiens and planet earth and the cosmos. It challenges the implicit ecological legitimacy of the political, social, religious and economic institutions on which our modern world society is grounded. It says that what we have believed to be the "inherent truths" grounding these institutions were built on geo-ecological flaws. It describes in detail these flaws. It calls for these flaws to be addressed now. It says that if they are not, enormous pain and suffering will soon come to all life on our planet.
With this book, Anderson gives the reader an opportunity to develop a deeper understanding of the problem, and our role in solving it.
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About the Author
David Anderson over his career was an international risk manager and senior executive at several of America’s premier multinational institutions. During that period he became increasingly aware of the underlying cultural and institutional causes of past and present civilizational dysfunction and conflict. In his writings, he brings together a wide range of interests; namely history, evolutionary anthropology, theology, philosophy, geopolitics and economics. Over the past 12 years, he has been writing “Overcoming the Threat to Our Future.” The book calls for a radically different understanding of the relationship between Homo sapiens and planet earth and the cosmos.