There's never a shortage of concepts.
But willingness to re-conceptualise is another matter.
It is our birthright to create concepts, to find meaning, to create knowledge and communicate.
But human beings don't always communicate well, partly because our concepts get too fixed or we are unable to deal effectively with the conceptualisations of others. Finding ways in which to inspire ourselves and others is something we strive for at InterCog. And there's so many stimulating thinkers to draw inspiration from ...
Howard Gardner suggests there are Five Minds for the Future that we might consider cultivating: