Ends and Purpose


Division rears its head at every turn. How do we distinguish without dividing? There is a difference. Quality cannot be perceived without some way of making distinctions. It's what we do with these perceptions that either clarify our relation with what-is or lead us to divide our selves and reduce everything to a set of… Continue reading Ends and Purpose

Questions of Identity


Schools fail us by teaching students how to work with knowledge rather than how to deal with ignorance, not be a sucker with the unknown. Nassim Taleb This neither begins nor ends with schools. In a time when the most popular public stance is to celebrate our fears and idolize those who act on them… Continue reading Questions of Identity

Coherence


I've recently come upon Peter Kajtar's work and then I had a wonderful opportunity to talk to him over Skype. His site, The Order of Thought, covers his work in progress, a book by that same name on the work of David Bohm and J. Krishnamurti. It cannot be a surprise to anyone who's read… Continue reading Coherence