What we observe
is three-dimensional shadows
of four-dimensional actions.
We don’t know
about the complexity of reality,
yet it’s full of the purest simplicity…
(…that we can only grasp as such… 89 more words
What is learning?
So many levels one can answer this on.
At one level, learning involves having a system that can respond to external stimuli, and training it in some way to respond “appropriately” – however one chooses to define the word appropriate. 420 more words
Does the process of psychological differentiation consist, in a sense, in breaking down the terms and containing forms of consciousness into smaller and ever smaller units—so that differentiation is fundamentally movement from grosser to subtler forms of awareness—from boulders to ball bearings, and then from ball bearings to fine sand? 220 more words
20th August 2016 pm – A 4 day course with Iain McGilchrist. Day 2 (pm)
This is the fourth in a series of posts in which I am sharing the notes I took whilst attending a 4 day course- Exploring the Divided Brain- run by 1,447 more words
This post is a quick introduction to a field in engineering management and modeling and simulation called systemic science. The author of this field, a Quaker, captures beautifully how god plays into the way we think about complex problems. 477 more words
By Walter E. Natemeyer and Carl W. Hunt
This series on Adaptive Leadership and Power for Secure Cyberspace Operations began with a look at the requirement to adapt sound leadership principles for operations in cyberspace today. 1,770 more words
Homelessness is both complex and perplexing, evident in my attempts to map the issue. Unless framing the issue from a particular perspective, it is difficult to grasp just how many actors are involved in the issue. 1,801 more words