The Reproduction Shift: Ladder-Climbing to Ladder-Building - Deepstash

The Reproduction Shift: Ladder-Climbing to Ladder-Building

  • “How high can I go?” was the question of the ladder-climbers of the greedy 80s. Then it evolved to something a bit more human as “How high will others go with a little help?”
  • These ladder-holders recently became ladder-extenders, and started positing themselves the question: “how high will others go with a lot of help?”
  • We need to make the final step and become ladder-builders. The new question leaders should adapt as an objective is: “Can I help them build their own ladder?”

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