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Post-chronologism

Innovations to transform life patterns away from the 20th century focus on chronological age as the determinant of when you should work, learn and retire. This idea leads to a range of innovations in everything from employment law and pensions to volunteering and urban design.

(See Tom Schuller, ‘My time with MY’, in Geoff Dench, Kate Gavron & Tony Flower, Young at Eighty, pg 204-205, 1995.)