Power of the Impossible, The
On Community and the Creative Life
A survey of the challenges of establishing a future-oriented world community and its conceptual intersection with heterogeneous forms of the creative life.
On community and the creative life.
The Power of the Impossible surveys cultural figures from Spinoza to popular culture icon Ivan Lendl, to illuminate the challenge and problem of establishing a future-oriented world community and its conceptual intersection with heterogeneous forms of the creative life.
'This original, unorthodox study illuminates our current crises of community formation and creativity in ways unexpected but necessary.'
Robert Appelbaum, Uppsala University
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