Monthly Archives: October 2016

drawn or repulsed, instant realization of sympathy or antipathy

TOOLS OF IMAGINATION from Kristyna on Vimeo. I like mathematics because it is not human and has nothing particular to do with this planet or with the whole accidental universe – because like Spinoza’s God, it won’t love us in … Continue reading

Posted in adult learning, creative captures, philosophy, psychological anthropology | Tagged , | Leave a comment

Thunderdogs in Believeland

I raised a beer mug to toast to Cleveland “being this unusual town where music and sports are held in the highest regard.” I was a guest of Warren’s at a dinner populated with members of the Long Live Rock … Continue reading

Posted in Cleveland, play | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

Free Play Escape

We’ve managed to put together enough free play personnel to play half field. Players who were regulars during the season lose their stones and are gone, while the hard core core remains. It seems we’re all going to vote for … Continue reading

Posted in play | Tagged | Leave a comment

The Biggest Goal Is to Be Yourself

It would be somewhat illogical to make the Tribe the underdogs, but if it must be so! After years of pain, Cleveland is four wins from being America’s sports town We’ve seen teams go from worst-to-first in a single year … Continue reading

Posted in Cleveland, play | Tagged , | Leave a comment

Zeitgeist, Autumn 2016

Whoever the “rapist of Persephone,” whether it be Cephisus or Dionysus–and the Eleusinian Mysteries were carried out near the river Kephisos, indicating a link between the two gods–the disordering attack must be reexperienced and lived through, else the redemption of … Continue reading

Posted in analytic(al) psychology, current events, psychological anthropology, psychology, speculations | Tagged , | Leave a comment

Legacy Art Post #4 – Why I Am Not Camping Tonight

That this piece jumped out of the generative stream and its title was discovered immediately makes it a fitting post on the cusp of halloween. My non-mirror symmetry Legacy Art in the old artist’s blog are having their links archived … Continue reading

Posted in art - legacy works, visual experiments, my art | Leave a comment

Spontaneous Dialectics In ‘Problem Depth’

Problem-solving oriented version of a four-square matrix. I’ve added (and overlaid,) two valence drivers–these are the typical pairing used to deploy evaluation of antipathy and sympathy, a basic starting point. An intention for learning is articulated. Two dichotomies are randomly … Continue reading

Posted in adult learning, experiential learning, my research, self-knowledge | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment

Beneath the Surface

Sally Mann Sally Mann Photos at Edwynn Houk All art is at once surface and symbol. Those who go beneath the surface do so at their peril. Those who read the symbol do so at their peril. ?—Oscar Wilde The … Continue reading

Posted in art, artists, creative captures | Tagged , | Leave a comment

Direction of the Possible

Man can live the most amazing things if they make sense to him. But the difficulty is to create that sense. It must be a conviction, naturally; but you find that the most convincing things man can invent are cheap … Continue reading

Posted in adult learning, experiential learning, psychology, self-knowledge, sufism | Tagged , | Leave a comment

Homo Non Intelligit

I. I forget when the following happen, yet it happened sometime during the time I was an elementary school student. This event occurred at some point during third, fourth, fifth, or sixth grade. Although both my twin brother also went … Continue reading

Posted in history, my research, Religion | Tagged , | Leave a comment

When Is A Single Run Not One?

Sunday, Free Play Soft Ball league enjoyed a funny game amidst: the mildness of early autumn, the goose shit, the late rolling ballers. My ‘worst ever since 1970’ hitting slump continued, yet, because I can play all fielding positions in … Continue reading

Posted in play | Tagged , | Leave a comment

Legacy Art Post #3 – A Green Man

A Green Man (2013) The journey of Moses with his servant Joshua is a life­journey (it lasted eighty years). They grow old together and lose the life-force, i.e., the fish, which “in wondrous wise took its way to the sea” … Continue reading

Posted in analytic(al) psychology, art - legacy works, visual experiments, my art | Leave a comment