Ya no son los recursos los que limitan las decisiones. Por lo tanto, el cambio es necesariamente relativo. Alteran todo el medio intelectual del hombre, su manera de pensar y de ver el mundo. Altera radicalmente el equilibrio entre las situaciones nuevas y las conocidas.
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Start your review of El "Shock" del futuro Write a review Shelves: society , reviews-liked This book is still in print! If I still had the book, I might be tempted to see what these old views of our "now" could have been that seem so I admit that I only think I ever read the book. Someone below left an This book is still in print! Someone below left an outraged comment about that - as if, had I rated the book a 5 instead of a 3, and written an effusive review, it would have made earth-shaking difference.
Oh well. At any rate, the cover of my edition said something about "run-away best seller". And it was, iirc. But human wishes have a rather poor record of being fulfilled. I took a quick look through the book before giving it away to BetterWorldBooks.
Toffler talks about such things as people traveling more sure he was right about that , economists being the same as always another bingo , technology having either unforeseen consequences right again or very specific predicted consequences not so good, those predictions - lots of things like that.
Missing are things about the triumph of Mega-capitalism, the existential threat of global warming, a world whose ecosystems are on the point of collapse, a population which is overwhelming the capacity of the earth to support it - little things like that.
So goes the future prediction industry. After all, we seem to have enough trouble deciding what happened in the past.
El shock del futuro
EL SHOCK DEL FUTURO