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IEET > Contributors > Tsvi Bisk

Tsvi Bisk

Tsvi Bisk (site) is director of the Center for Strategic Futurist Thinking and author of The Optimistic Jew: A Positive Vision for the Jewish People in the 21st Century (Maxanna Press, 2007). He also is Contributing Editor for Strategic Thinking for The Futurist magazine , the official publication of the World Future Society, and he has published over a hundred articles and essays in Hebrew and in English.


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"Snatching Defeat from the Jaws of Victory"   Ethical Technology  Apr 8, 2014

"Handicapped Liberation"   Ethical Technology  Sep 28, 2013

"Optimistic Environmentalism: A Guide for the Responsible Educator"   Creating the School You Want: Learning @ Tomorrow's Edge (Educational Futuristics)  Sep 14, 2013

"No Natural Resources? Lucky You!"   WFS  Jun 8, 2013

"Why I Voted for Obama"   Ethical Technology  Dec 25, 2012

"The Future of the Religion Business Part2"   Ethical Technology  Dec 11, 2012

"The Future of the Religion Business Part1"   Ethical Technology  Dec 10, 2012

"The Second American Century"   World Future Society  May 15, 2012

"The Death Penalty - an American Jewish View"   Center for Strategic Futurist Thinking  Apr 29, 2012

"The Women’s Century"   Center for Strategic Futurist Thinking  Apr 21, 2012

"Unlimited Energy’s Growth"   World Future Society  Apr 13, 2012

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