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Monthly Archives: April 2012
One of my students brought this to my attention. I think that it certainly reflects something of what Bernstein astutely described as the “designed ambiguity” of the term.
I often try to slip the word Anthropocene in to everyday conversations I have, just to see how it plays. Routinely there is an awkward pause as people ask me to repeat the word. This is normally followed by a … Continue reading
‘Governing Irrationality or a more than Rational Government?’ Presentation by Dr Mark Whitehead. via ‘Governing Irrationality or a more than Rational Government?’ Presentation by Dr Mark Whitehead.