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Acting Out Can Get People in Trouble

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On Monday, there was big excitement at Number One Daughter’s school, because a popular teacher was arrested and charged with child seduction for having had a sexual relationship with a 16-year-old female student. 1,858 more words


Evolutionary Governance Theory: Theory and Applications

This new book in the series on Evolutionary Governance Theory (EGT) presents empirical studies and theoretical reflections on the most important concepts and their interrelations. Through this book we learn how communities understand themselves and their environment. 110 more words


What words can do?

Remember the best speeches of mankind; from the famous Mark Antony’s post Casear’s death address to the countrymen or even Martin King Luther Jr’s “ 1,312 more words

Read For Readings Sake

Reading brings our imagination to life. It takes us to places we have never been before, and might never visit. It lets us admire traits we are to scared to possess. 148 more words


Island: A recent exhibition by the AE Foundation and a note on the category of authorship.

In November the AE Foundation put on an exhibition at Whitespace in Edinburgh of eight new house designs for the Isle of Harris in the Outer Hebrides. 316 more words


“Everything that Acts Is Actual” - Denise Levertov

From the tawny light
from the rainy nights
from the imagination finding
itself and more than itself
alone and more than alone
at the bottom of the well where the moon lives, 133 more words


A Call to Elevate the Discourse

Do you ever get the feeling that our public discourse is worsening rather than improving?  I do.  Maybe it’s the social media phenomenon — subtlety and complexity don’t fit into 140 characters.  1,650 more words