Because of the exponential economic growth since World War II, we now live in a full world, but we still behave as if it were empty, with ample space and resources for the indefinite future.
One should be grateful to one’s critics–it is much better to be criticized than ignored.
We are now living in a "full world." How must our ideas about human freedom change so that we can adapt and thrive?
The perceived battle between unlimited wants and limited means forces us to make tough choices about how to manage scarce resources.