You could be mistaken for believing that the primary public narratives and political engagements of our era are dominated by simpletons and misanthropes… Continue reading On Facts, Truth and Public Narratives
We can’t have peace because we are unable to precisely and concisely define and sustain the conditions of assurance, continuity and coherence which could provide that peace within a contemporary, shared conceptual framework… Continue reading Disassembling Global Order
A good dose of humility is required to allow humanity sufficient and plausible opportunities to continue to exist. We are everywhere beset by distraction and psychological confusion as to our significance and purpose… Continue reading Inside Out: How Humanity Fails the Humility (and Intelligence) Test
If the past was as open to possibility as the future, the present could still be exactly what it is… Continue reading Strange Days – Rewriting the Past
PTSD and psychological trauma remain empirical facts to be disentangled and negotiated through tactful intervention but the hyper-medicalisation of that knowledge and administrative reach into an individual’s experience foundationally inflates the expected contours and probable expressions of those pathologies. Continue reading Concept Creep and the Necessity of Organisational Ambiguity
The Cosmos appears to accelerating internally in some strange and as yet inexplicable way. Awesome… Continue reading An Accelerating Cosmos ?
If you know who Kurt Gödel was and understand what a Constitution represents in regards to the logical axioms (i.e. assumptions) made in the formulation of a rules-set (i.e. legal system) and their theorems (i.e. formal legal consequences) underpinning governance and political power, you already know where this is heading… Continue reading Constitutional Inconsistency