Liminal Book Library

“The Dispossessed” by Ursula K. Le Guin /ipfs/QmWfaEdDcSA7BHabxWdaH165zzk1AqAzk58VDBtfsnpdTx

“Future Togetherness Handbook” - recommendation by @Ome

User-centric innovation:

Competing Against Luck by Clayton Christensen

Why things are popular and why certain artififacts become hits:

-The Hitmakers by Derek Thompson

The Best Money Can’t Buy

Karl Polanyi - The Great Transformation (1944)

A detailed economic analysis of how we came from kinship (households), reciprocity and redistribution to the modern Fictitious Commodities: Labor, Land, and Money

Related, but not from the same “science sphere” Formalism vs Substantivism Economics

Currently very much enjoying this - ‘Speculative Everything: Design, Fiction and Social Dreaming’ By Anthony Dunne, Fiona Raby

‘The age of living machines‘ Susan Hockfield

All time fav: ‘The hero with a thousand faces Joseph Campbell’, actually everything by Joseph Campbell (fangirrrl)