For many people, the decision to have children seems so obviously correct that it's hardly a decision at all. But maybe things aren't so simple.
Considering the consensus we reached last time--that we are rapidly speeding towards a future where there will be fewer and fewer jobs as more and more tasks become automated--maybe having children isn't so obviously the correct thing to do after all.
Is it right to bring children into a world where their prospects of finding long-term employment are growing dimmer by the second? Is it right to bring more people onto a world whose resources are already taxed to the point of exhaustion by an ever growing population. Does the world really need more people?
Come join us as we tackle these and other questions! As always, some short introductory readings are posted under the "pages" tab. This time there are two (but both are short can be read in like 10 minutes total).
Looking forward to seeing everybody soon!