All posts in: Dyschronicity

We Are the Future. Or Are We?

In a recent piece in The New Yorker article, writer Rohinton Mistry mentions growing up in India in the 20th century, “raised to believe that this ancient country was futureless, the only solution to settle in the West, to make a better ...

Turkey and the EU

I was quoted in World Politics Review on the issue of the cultural gap between Turkey and the European Union: In terms of value systems, “Turkey and Western Europe exist in different eras.” “When it comes to values and general ...

Dyschronicity: a European example

The Washington Post reveals an example of dyschronicity in Europe: thousands of people in Albania are engaged in long-term blood feuds between families. In most of the rest of Europe, this kind of vendetta was put aside as social practice decades or ...

Mapping dyschronicity

Future Atlas has a new map of an aspect of dyschronicity, the distance in time between places measured by culture, technology, or some other characteristic. In this case, the map shows approximate distance between one place and the rest of the world ...