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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

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Master and Emissary

Iain McGilchrist The last two paragraphs from Iain McGilchrist’s Introduction [pdf] to his book The Master and the Emissary There is a story in Nietzsche that goes something like this. There was once a wise spiritual master, who was the … Continue reading

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