Forms of Presentation and the Future of Comprehension

Societal Learning and the Erosion of Collective Memory: a critique of the Club of Rome Report: No Limits to Learning

Anthony Judge

Sections of this Article (accessed via the links on the right)

  • Introduction
  • Social learning and the world problematique
  • Information usage
  • User limitations: limits to learning
  • Fragmentation and erosion of collective memory
  • Relevance of international documentation system to innovative learning
  • Review of issues raised in panel papers
  • Implications and recommendations
  • Conclusion
  • References
  • Annex 1: Collective Memory Personified: an analogy
  • Annex 2: Pointers to the Pathology of Collective Memory