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A movement to explore and develop a model that works for the planet and all who call it home. Join us as we write the next chapter of the Human story, together.I AM A GLOBAL CITIZEN
I'm a generalist with a fascination for how the world works and what our place in it should be. Growing up in Asia surrounded by people of various cultures while connected to the internet cemented my identity as a citizen of the world, which shapes the action I take each day.
I'm currently studying honours in philosophy at the University of Queensland, exploring how complexiy science can contribute to questions in moral and political philosophy.
I work at the freelancing platform freelancer, helping shape the product and customer experience.
This writeup is a response to Balaji Srinivasan's 'How to Start a New Country'. It's less of a review and more of a proposal and exploration of why such a development is critical for not only our species' progress, but to also avoid climate catastrophe and the potential collapse of the biosphere upon which all of our lives depend.
Even if we only cared about ourselves, by viewing the economy as a complex adaptive system that's constantly evolving and compututing, and knowing that people are the substrate upon which this computation is running, there are still grounds for global wealth redistribution. Increasing the computational capacity of the economy through improving the material well-being of the most disadvantaged will likely translate into substantial benefits to individuals in their lifetime.
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