(cross posted from my personal blog) Sexuality In The Past Sexuality in the Anglo and European West for some recent previous generations was a simple affair. In the Victorian worldview, when categorising things was the preoccupation, the population was divided Continue reading The Future Of Sexuality
Consider the following found in a recent email from Adbusters: How can we have spaceships and virtual reality and starving children at the same time? Weighing the almost magical technological advancement of recent years against the regression of our relations Continue reading Get Past This Angst
At topical moments in time, I have been comparing my views on things to those around me. This serves to hold up a mirror to the way I think about things, compared to the way others think about things. In Continue reading Primer: Systems Don’t Work
Can we go beyond nations into political fluidity? Continue reading End Of Nations: Stage 5 Geography?
Required Reading Robert Kegan’s personal development framework, summarised here by David Chapman. You might also like to read my earlier thoughts about what Stage 5 or “fluid mode” is, or means, for individuals. This post will be taking huge liberties with Continue reading Existing signs of fluidity
Cover Photo by James Walshe Intro: You already know this stuff Sometimes people feel they don’t grasp Postmodernism because they believe it must be complicated, when in fact many parts of it are “obvious”, “normal” or already part of everyday Continue reading Postmodernist Territory
In Robert Kegan’s book, the fifth stage of cognitive, personal and social evolution is called the Inter-Individual Stage. I find this to be the least useful of all the names for the stages. According to his framework, one moves from Continue reading What is Stage 5’s environment?