I’m a little late to the From Goods to a Good Life party, and as a result I have a slightly different take than the other contributors here. I appreciate their contributions, and I enjoyed the book. Mostly, though, I have a couple of questions.
At least twice, I stopped reading and wondered what the book was about. Here are the sentences that stumped me:
“The essence of innovation is critical thinking.” (p. 68) and
“[P]articipatory culture demystifies knowledge itself.” (p. 71)
The two sentences don’t express precisely the same thought, but they strike me as closely related, and they puzzle me for a couple of reasons.