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?
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
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
Russian-born American writer Ayn Rand’s early novel Anthem was written and published in Britain in 1936*. The introduction to the revised text written by Ayn Rand that is still used in modern publications of the work was composed in 1946. British Continue reading Literary reactions to propaganda in a structuralist world
Post-structuralism is a branch of contemporary philosophy which sits in our current postmodern context, with its roots in Continental Philosophy (a loose term to describe a wide range of philosophies popular in Germany and France that were in some ways Continue reading What I Know About Post-Structuralism