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Minding the Mind

My favorite (Gregory) Batesonian teaching story, reconfigured and originally via Idries Shah. A frenchman is teaching another french rudimentary english. “So, the word for froid crème glacée is ‘cold ice cream.’ ” “What’s the word for chaude crème glacée?” “Oh, … Continue reading

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Dave Snowden refashions the affectual component of the transformative learning model for the sake of innovation. I have long argued that there are three necessary, but not sufficient conditions for innovation to take place. These are: 1. Starvation of familiar … Continue reading

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