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p. 1098. The future of homelocked

  • Michael Allen Fox

Abstract

There are indefinitely numerous new ideas and technologies that might develop and improve the quality of life if humans have the good sense to protect their planet’s health, learn to live in peace with one another, and choose to share resources and opportunities more equitably. Only in this way will there be a future that is worth living in. ‘The future of home’ reviews the central ideas of home and the concept that home is universal and essential for grounding ourselves in the world. We can expect homes—whatever their type—to exist and continue serving the same needs in the future as they have always done.

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