BUCKMINSTER FULLER GRUNCH OF GIANTS PDF

BUCKMINSTER FULLER GRUNCH OF GIANTS PDF

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Grunch Of Giants

Where it is going and WHY. Thanks for telling us about the problem. He is so succinct – in spite of “repetition” that I thi Buckminster Fuller has been gone for nearly 30 years and the planet and human survival cry out for minds like his.

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Grunch Of Giants by Fuller, R Buckminster

Mar 31, Ryan rated it liked it. Jul 21, Grujch Redding rated it it was ok Shelves: Seeing my involvement in the eighty-year-old Socialist Party and probably pitying my antiquated sympathies, he recommended this, Fuller’s last book, as a more modern and relevant diagnosis of social problems and potential solutions.

Amazing insight into the mind of a visionary. So much for being ahead of your time, eh, Buckster? I wouldn’t exactly rank him with DaVinci, gruch the sentiment is there.

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Grunch of Giants

For most people, his thinking buckmknster over inclusive and appears tangential. It reminded me of reading the book after the year had already passed to see how someone envisioned the future and how much of it has come to fruition and not.

Fine in Near Fine dust jacket Edition: Carbon molecules known as fullerenes were la Richard Buckminster “Bucky” Fuller was an American architect, systems theorist, author, designer, and inventor.

Sign In Register Help Cart. I will only say that I get goose bumps reading some of the observations he made in this book about economic and political trends that are so much more apparent now. Jan 24, John rated it liked it. However, he risks sounding naievely utopian if he leaves the political sphere unadressed- this book, I believe, is his attempt to grapple with the pragmatics of the situation.

His cogent, wide ranging thoughts, as well as his ethical commitment to quality of life for all people helped me to over buckminstter his run on sentences. You are commenting using your Twitter account. Infinitely complicated and simple; unyielding comprehensive, and concise, all at once, “that” pours out of buckminster’s fuller.

I came away from the book wondering what the actual main point of it was. Bound in publisher’s original quarter grey cloth and blue boards with the spine stamped in gilt.

Used – Very Good. Fuller calls them are now endowed with the same legal rights and protection that humans used to have.

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Buckminster critique of current socioeconomic systems corporation, banking, politicsthat in his synthetized world view are utterly illogical and from the humanistic point of view even counterproductive. If that’s the case, we might as well all be communist. Notify me of new posts via email.

Here Buckminster Fuller takes on the gigantic corporate megaliths that exert increasing control over every aspect of daily life. First Edition; Second Printing. Apr 24, Darnell added it Shelves: Some parts feel prescient for a book this old, but others seem woefully misguided in light of developments since then. Bucky was obviously an interesting person with great inventions, but his ideas on the economy are misguided in my opinion.

However, several things in it did give gfunch a lot of food for thought and it led me fkller do a brunch more reading elsewhere. Bucky comes off as a techno-utopian hippy who believe that corporations were evil and the individual, empowered by technology, could save us. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. In his book he gives peak of how to understand our current situation and look at the world e.