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Future of Responsibility Episode 3

“You should install some kind of blind dates (…) – why are you here in the university, what are your personal interests and what do you want to learn” 

Raphael Gielgen explains to us in the third part of our video series “The Future of Responsibility” what the “Human Core” of this topic is. The collective is for him the power of the future and he underlines it with the subdivision in two perspectives: rituals and cooperation.
Furthermore he gives us his opinion on the role of the leader of a process and in his opinion students should recognize more often the talents of their co-students.

What is your opinion on the human perspective in the future of responsibility? Especially from the view of a student?