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In building a dignitarian society, no tool will prove more valuable than modeling. Modeling has enabled humans to harness power and it can equally help us to limit its damages. The following chapter begins a discussion of models and their transformational role in human affairs.

For further background on the connection between rankism and indignity, listen to Rob Kall's interview with me here.

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Robert W. Fuller is a physicist, a former president of Oberlin College, and author of The Rowan Tree: A Novel. He has consulted with Indira Gandhi, met with Jimmy (more...)
 
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How would you get the ball rolling?... by Robert Fuller on Tuesday, Sep 24, 2013 at 8:08:12 PM
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