Chapter 5.a

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June 11, 2010 — Riccardo Sabellotti - Giacinto Sabellotti

THE MODERN VILLAGE

We have seen that every change can be considered as the solution to a problem and every problem as a need for adaptation; the human being is the species that has developed far more than any other the ability to cultural adaptation, which is much faster than the genetic: it is one of our features, our successful evolutionary strategy. Finding solutions is therefore part of our nature, is a challenging activity but certainly within our reach, we are the best in the world in this field. The root problems are the obstacles to the exercise of these faculties of ours, that is why they must be approached first; the main difficulty is to recognize them as problems: we are all grown up with the belief that we are well informed by watching the news, not belonging anymore to the ignorant populace because we have reached a certain level of education and we live in large democratic communities.
This difficulty is something we have now overcome, perhaps today finding the solutions could be easier than expected because the root problems, once recognized as such, become routine problems. So let’s avoid to be discouraged by the old clichés about insoluble problems or unattainable dreams.

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