In the context of what you're offering about inquiry - and I think your invitation is, let's be daring, in the sense of being prepared to challenge almost any assumption we use, anything we take for granted, such that we are prepared to ask the questions that are fashioned by the very questions that we ask.
Because often when we frame inquiries we already have some working assumptions. And we need to ask about each of the inquiries we will frame. What are the assumptions that shaped that inquiry? And that's a legitimate and important provocation and challenge.
So here what I'm proposing is a simple practice because what we want to do here is approach the territory of inquiring into humanity's future whilst we also offer practical briefs, and practical tools, and practices that people can pick up and use.
What I advise my daughters is that if any dogma is trying to hack you just run, run away from dogmas because they lock you, they lock your mind. And I think one way to approach things, if we really want to be finding pioneering and innovative approaches and ways of thinking, is that we must challenge dogmas. And we must actually turn upside down even the very stones that we are sitting on - otherwise, we're going backwards instead of forwards.