Tempest, Flute, & Oz, Essays on the Future
(Persea Books, 1992)
The third in the series of books outlining Fred Turner's theoretical discoveries, this book turns to social, cultural and economic issues arising from the birth of a new age to replace modernism. This book shows how, while in some ages the present creates the future by breaking the shackles of the past, in the new era the past will create the future by breaking the shackles of the present. Its essay on artificial intelligence has been influential in neural network research, and its essay on angels has been reprinted several times.