Fuzzy Logic

Logic which recognises that many qualities, such as baldness, tallness, happiness or truth, are matters of degree, expressed in shades of grey, not black-and-white. Example: the fuzzy borderline between life and death is celebrated by a lizard’s tail for a long time after it has been shed (as a defence tactic by its owner). It glows and dances in the sun, filling the space between life and death with the sexy suppleness of the kama sutra.F50


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David Fleming
Dr David Fleming (2 January 1940 – 29 November 2010) was a cultural historian and economist, based in London, England. He was among the first to reveal the possibility of peak oil's approach and invented the influential TEQs scheme, designed to address this and climate change. He was also a pioneer of post-growth economics, and a significant figure in the development of the UK Green Party, the Transition Towns movement and the New Economics Foundation, as well as a Chairman of the Soil Association. His wide-ranging independent analysis culminated in two critically acclaimed books, 'Lean Logic' and 'Surviving the Future', published posthumously in 2016. These in turn inspired the 2020 launches of both BAFTA-winning director Peter Armstrong's feature film about Fleming's perspective and legacy - 'The Sequel: What Will Follow Our Troubled Civilisation?' - and Sterling College's unique 'Surviving the Future: Conversations for Our Time' online courses. For more information on all of the above, including Lean Logic, click the little globe below!

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