November 14, 2017

In everyday parlance, to describe a situation as "complex" is to deem it complicated, intractable, and unmanageable. Politicians might label an issue as "complex" if there is no clear path toward resolution, essentially using the adjective "complex" as a rhetorical parry to side-step further discussion. Thus, from the smallest towns to the largest inter-governmental coalitions, there is an accumulation of unresolved "complex" problems in environmental, economic, and social domains. Where do we g...

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