Monthly Archives: September 2011

Free Play Subjectivity

[flashvideo filename= width=”512″ height=”388″ bufferlength=”30″ /] The Free Play softball aesthetic, or ethos, or model, makes room for negotiation about what really just happened. Such a negotiation often–but not always–arises after whatever did happened is perceived as having happened differently. … Continue reading

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The Individual Problem

Carl Gustav Jung and Friedrich Hayek. I had occasion to contribute to the Jung-Circle discussion group the following cut from The Symbolic Life, and, with it, this comment: “It would be a worthwhile study to investigate the definite, and considerable, … Continue reading

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New Family

“Australopithecus sediba, a 1.98 million year old relative of humans, otherwise known as a hominin.” full article:The Verge of Human; Carl Zimmer. The Loom (blog) Discover Magazine See also Science Magazine, September 9, 2011

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Free Play Totem

Here are Tom, Stacy behind Diallo, Rick, Bill, and, Dave. As the handicapper, the guy who attempts to forge even teams by making out the line-ups for both teams, my good intentions are normally undermined by not being able to … Continue reading

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My favorite planking picture, from Taiwan.

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