Foresight is not an approach
It's our capacity to think about and imagine futures in the present: nothing more, nothing less
I suspect what I’m writing about here is too late to explore. A case of shutting the barn door after the horse has bolted.
The term foresight is a well-used one but its use in the context of thinking about futures is, for me, quite specific: foresight is a cognitive construct, one that is grounded in an innate human capacity to imagine new futures. We a…