by Ervin Laszlo (Editor)
The Journal’s aim is to:
Research, develop and articulate the new paradigm of cosmos, life, consciousness and society emerging at the cutting edge of contemporary research.
The journal provides a venue for leading edge, creative, transdisciplinary contributions. It encourages the application of new ways of thinking and approaches that draw on the intersection of the natural sciences, the social sciences, and the humanities. World Futures welcomes critiques of limiting assumptions, as well as the development of new perspectives, on human nature, consciousness, society, and the nature of the universe. The journal is focused on the exploration, articulation, and application of human potentialities, and the implications for building a sustainable and humanistic future. It accepts articles, research notes and book reviews and invites essays relevant to its aim in all fields of interest from the sciences to the humanities.
About the Editor
Twice nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize, Professor Ervin Laszlo is the prolific author, co-author or editor of more than 100 books translated into over 20 languages, not to overlook his contributions of hundreds of papers and articles in scientific journals and magazines. A resident of Italy, he is the longtime editor of the acclaimed international periodical World Futures: The Journal of General Evolution. Founder of two international think tanks, Club of Budapest and General Evolution Research Group (GERG), he is also the founder and director of The Laszlo Institute of New Paradigm Research, a global think tank dedicated to exploring and expanding the frontiers of science and consciousness.