Investing millions in post-growth
This project is nothing short of revolutionary and should offer us what we believe to be the best chance to explore the transformative ideas needed to protect humanity from the intertwining crises of the coming decades: reorienting our economies away from dependence on risky growth and toward human flourishing.
Rituals out of the religious path
The rites are part of the elements that led to the development of the one we will call Homo Sapiens. To mark the deaths, the births and the unions has its importance. If, for a long time, it was the great religions that took care of it, this is changing with a portion of the population seeking to detach itself from religious institutions.
Cherishing old video game glories
Although technology allows us to practically play interactive movies, a significant mass of gamers are still very attached to games released in the 2000s, 1990s and even 1980s. How to explain this passion for "retrogaming"? Is it simply nostalgia or the desire to relive classic video game sensations?
The return of nationalism
Increasingly, observers of world politics are seeing a resurgence in the popularity of nationalism, a trend that almost disappeared after 1945. Did the world's troubles lead to these movements? Certainly, but not only.
The low place of female artists in museums
If it seems easy to name great male visual artists, the same cannot be said for women. It must be said that museums have a selection bias that offers little visibility to female artists. A journalistic investigation shows this reality in Switzerland.