Activism – The power of rational influence

H. G. Wells avowed to be, “responsible only to the hearer and my own self respect.” World Brain pioneer, Professor Abe Goodman is cited by Alan Mayne criticising Wells for making a “serious tactical error” by not being involved in “organised activity” on behalf of the World Brain because of his belief that it should emerge through “natural undirected process”.  Wells nevertheless expects the dream of the World Brain “to exert a very great influence” on future decision makers. Wells also thought English should be the “single language” for the “main text”.

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