Edited by Jack Self
We live in extremely uncertain times. Our faith in the future is increasingly tested. Far from being a hopeful, utopian domain, the future now seems doubtful. But what does it mean to doubt today?
Societal levels of anxiety are rising. Insecurity is now a generalised condition. Concern that civilisation itself is on the brink of some cataclysmic change is ubiquitous. And yet, doubting doubt – through the scientific method, imperial evidence and systemic thought – has not only created modernity, but offers the only hope to our worry.
London, 2017, 24x6cm, 94pp. illustrated, Paperback.