Monthly Archives: April 2015

Senator Warren on the Truth in Settlements Act

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Who ruined Baltimore?

A systems view, something regressives cannot comprehend.

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The Next System Project

A very brief update from The Next System Project View this email in your browser Dear Colleague,   This is just a quick note to let you know that due to an exceptional and encouraging number of registrations for our … Continue reading

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SDSN Newsletter

Welcome to SDSN’s April Newsletter! Vatican Symposium on Climate ChangeOn April 28, 2015, the Pontifical Academies of Sciences and Social Sciences, SDSN, and Religions for Peace organized a scientific symposium on “Protect the Earth, Dignify Humanity: The Moral Dimensions of … Continue reading

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Some Laske rehash

I’ve posted on these before, but they came up again in the FB IPS discussion: I was re-reading some Ning IPS posts on Otto Laske, like this one and the one following it when he responds to Michael Commons. A … Continue reading

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What are postformal operations anyway?

Continuing discussion from this FB IPS thread on metatheory. Me: A few questions. Does one have to speak AQALingus to be considered integral? Or even frame things with metatheories? Can someone or something be integral without this framing? Does metatheory … Continue reading

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Alan Grayson on free trade & the TPP

Also see this link to sign his petition against TPP fast track.

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Paving the Commons road

Continuing from this post. Also see this Ning IPS thread on the ongoing discussion. One of the aspects of the Commons Scharmer highlights is the MITx program using a massive open online course format. It’s a different approach to eduction … Continue reading

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Crime and punishment

Stewart on the similarities and differences between who gets punished for what crimes. http://media.mtvnservices.com/embed/mgid:arc:video:thedailyshow.com:08a8fa0d-4a11-404e-988a-7b40afda90f2 The Daily ShowDaily Show Full Episodes,  More Daily Show Videos,  Comedy Central Full Episodes

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Scharmer on "the movement"

See this piece. A major theme is something I’ve been long harping upon. The movement he describes is the Commons. “It’s that gap between our individual consciousness and our collective impact that makes Rilke’s words relevant today: we must change … Continue reading

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