Monthly Archives: July 2008


The Integral Spiritual Center lands a come-on in my email box every week. Yesterday’s gave me a whack on the side of the head. Modern science has given us a compelling picture of the evolution of our universe, from its … Continue reading

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These are all scattered excerpts from Jung’s book “The Undiscovered Self: The Dilemma of the Individual In Modern Soceity.” Jung rarely talked about politics in his work. In fact I’m quite sure this was the only time he did, only … Continue reading

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An organization is a collection of choices looking for problems, issues and feelings looking for decision situations in which they might be aired, solutions looking for issues to which they might be the answer, and decision makers looking for work. … Continue reading

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Inner Situation

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EXPERIENTIAL MARTIAL ARTS I. (originally published in The Lakewood Observer) “The phenomenological world is not the bringing to explicit expression of a pre-existing being, but the laying down of being. Philosophy is not the reflection of a pre-existing truth, but, … Continue reading

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via Naomi Klein University of Chicago Faculty Letter on The Milton Friedman Institute 6 June 2008 President Robert Zimmer Provost Thomas Rosenbaum University of Chicago 5801 South Ellis Avenue Suite 502 Chicago IL 60637 Dear President Zimmer and Provost Rosenbaum: … Continue reading

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[Patriotism] I venture to suggest that what we mean is a sense of national responsibility which will enable America to remain master of her power—-to walk with it in serenity and wisdom, with self-respect and the respect of all mankind; … Continue reading

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