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
If you (or someone) are working on a theory for building a new way to run the world, good on you! It’s hard! But before you go to the internet with your new world order, here’s a short list of Continue reading Utopia Acid Test
City Size and Stability An acquaintance once told me that Germany experiences political stability in part due to the fact that all of its cities are roughly of equal size. I have no way to validate this claim, but Germany’s Continue reading Britain’s unequal cities and the magnetic force of London’s social norms
Can we go beyond nations into political fluidity? Continue reading End Of Nations: Stage 5 Geography?
My emotional return to a world using money Continue reading Money, part 2
It’s time for some emotional maturity when it comes to cheaters in systems.
Continue reading Emotionally Dealing With Cheaters
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
Required reading This post uses a key framework of personal evolution by Robert Kegan. It is summarised by David Chapman here. This post is in dialogue with, and an expansion on, Chapman’s recent post about moving through stages 3, 4 and Continue reading Emotional challenges of Stage 5
Required reading This post uses a key framework: Chapman’s version of Robert Kegan’s theories of emotional, cognitive and social development, it is summarised here. This post is in dialogue with, and an expansion on, Chapman’s recent post about moving through stages Continue reading Reaching Stage 5 – non STEM
From the title, this post seems to me to have too broad a remit but I wanted to document the changes in my relationship to money. This blog was started at the outset of a journey in which I refused Continue reading Money