Julian Reid on the Rise of Resilience

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Today, everything must become resilient: governments, people, cities and countries in the developing world. And whatever is “resilient” is in consequence of this very quality, something good or better than before. In the hardest oftimes, the science of resilience can ideally teach human beings how to evolve through trauma and experience post traumatic growth. Resilience has become a ubiquitous property universally applicable to all forms of policies. This development is what Reid critically argues for and what we must not take for granted. The world and lives can — and must — be something very different from the proposed “necessities” of resilience.
Publikationsdato27 apr. 2016
StatusUdgivet - 27 apr. 2016

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