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Shifting perspectives: The growth of a work

Since late last year I have, in a few idle moments, been writing a work for unaccompanied SSAATTBB choir that has been in my mind for a few years: a Lenten reflection on mortality, ‘We are but dust’. 505 more words


Robopathy: The Mutation into Machinery

In 1972, Lewis Yablonski published a book entitled Robopaths: People as Machines. Not just the date of publication is interesting — it follows writings about “Organisation Man” and R. 867 more words


Blake Phoenix, AZ

Today’s story is different than anything I have ever done on this blog, mostly because Blake is not homeless. The last few months of my life have been dedicated to Can You Spare A Story, working hard to share the stories of the homeless population. 456 more words

Perspectivism, Thinking, and the Self-Interest

One of the things I’ve noted about climate change deniers is their assumption that all thinking is mere self-interest. In those terms, climate scientists are beholden to the self-interest and so have confabulated the climate crisis for self-interested reasons of monetary gain. 494 more words