It appears that a degree of ambiguity may be an inverse function of the generalised utility of any concept. Continue reading The Utility of Ambiguity
Radically divergent (or convergent) approaches face uphill battles against an entrenched intellectual intransigence and institutional conservatism. Continue reading Creativity and Innovation versus Institutional Intransigence
Will technology make us stupid ? Or is there more creative and innovative opportunity than ever before to be derived from our tools of cognitive extension ? Continue reading Will Technology make us Stupid ?
We may, culturally and symbolically, be collectively imprisoned by an adherence to a narrative of conflict, difference and aggressive conquest… Continue reading Rage 2.0: Leveling Up
The profoundly reflexive symmetries underlying individual beliefs and formalised methods of governance are likely not remediable through the same mechanistic and reductionist conceptual frameworks which birthed these complex problems… Continue reading The Problem With Culture Wars
No one quite does lateral and innovative thinking like the protagonists of Ancient Greek mythology… Continue reading Perseus’ Shield
Swimming upstream… Continue reading Swimming Upstream