Return to the Future

We are proud to announce Praxis: a new society that supports ambitious founders, creators, and pioneers in discovering and executing on their life’s work, while working together towards a shared vision for the future.

December 4, 2020
Thomas Cole - The Mountain Ford

In 2020, our society is divided. Technological advance has stalled. We’ve lost coherence and dynamism.

People born in the early 20th century saw the arrival of airplanes, telephones, cars, televisions, computers, and spacecraft. They expected continued progress. But somewhere along the line, reality went off-road. Man last stepped on the moon 48 years ago. The sci-fi futures our ancestors envisioned look as far in the future today as they did then.

Most think 2020 will be remembered for its chaos: plans derailed, businesses shuttered, windows shattered, and sidelong glances at masked neighbors. But chaos brings clarity.

We have lost the future because we’ve lost our common cause. If we can return to a society based on shared values, we can converge on a vision for the future. If we share a vision for the future, we may be able to build it.

Today, we must build the future our values demand.

Most dread aging; we seek eternal life. Most gaze passively at the stars; we design the machinery of exploration. Most hope purpose finds them; we live with purpose every day.

We are proud to announce Praxis: a new society that supports ambitious founders, creators, and pioneers in discovering and executing on their life’s work, while working together towards a shared vision for the future.

2020 won't just be remembered for its dark moments. With courage, vision, and faith in the frontier, we can ensure that 2020 is remembered as a turning point:

The inception of a new golden age.






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