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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 9 Apr 20

Read the article in Spanish — in French — in German — in Italian — in Portuguese — in Traditional Chinese — in Polish — in Vietnamese — in Simplified Chinese part 1 & part 2Checking the temperature of a passenger arriving at the international airport in Hong Kong. The city, like Singapore and Taiwan, has made headway in containing Covid-19. (Ph. credit: Hannah Mckay/Reuters)As 100 million people in Europe are in lockdown, the US seems to be completely unprepared for the tsunami that is about to hit. “We’re about to experience the worst public health disaster since polio,” says Dr Martin Makary, professor at Johns Hopkins University’s Bloomberg School of Public Health. “Don’t believe the numbers …

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Read the article in Spanish — in French — in German — in Italian — in Portuguese — in Traditional Chinese — in Polish — in Vietnamese — in Simplified Chinese part 1 & part 2Checking the temperature of a passenger arriving at the international airport in Hong Kong. The city, like Singapore and Taiwan, has made headway in containing Covid-19. (Ph. credit: Hannah Mckay/Reuters)As 100 million people in Europe are in lockdown, the US seems to …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 26 Mar 20

Researcher Daniel Schmachtenber lays out how COVID-19 is giving us all a crash-course in systemic risk. It may be the wake-up call we need.Continue reading on Rebel Wisdom »

Researcher Daniel Schmachtenber lays out how COVID-19 is giving us all a crash-course in systemic risk. It may be the wake-up call we need.Continue reading on Rebel Wisdom »


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 20 Mar 20

Nora BatesonContinue reading on Medium »

Nora BatesonContinue reading on Medium »


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 5 Feb 20

Global Climate Action III: The Power of ConsciousnessThe first two articles in this three-part series explored two blind spots in the response to global climate change: soil and democracy. The third one is consciousness.Figure 11 — Leverage Point No. 3: ConsciousnessIn January, I spent a weekend with 300 biodynamic farmers in northern Germany. The topic of the gathering was Creating from Nothing. The topic struck a chord with me. For one, it resonated with questions I’ve seen asked in many contexts: How do we move beyond marginal innovation that only modifies the patterns of the past, to one that truly creates something …

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Global Climate Action III: The Power of ConsciousnessThe first two articles in this three-part series explored two blind spots in the response to global climate change: soil and democracy. The third one is consciousness.Figure 11 — Leverage Point No. 3: ConsciousnessIn January, I spent a weekend with 300 biodynamic farmers in northern Germany. The topic of the gathering was Creating from Nothing. …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 27 Jun 19

Thinking in terms of complex potential states instead of complex adaptive systems may be helpful in ourĀ timesSomething about the epistemological foundations of complex adaptive systems has been bothering me. It is very hard to think of complex systems without framing agency in the context of adaptationā€Šā€”ā€Šin complexity science we see it everywhere. This alone is cause for suspicion, since when certain descriptions of reality are seen everywhere we look, it most likely means that the description is a feature of a limiting paradigm, an epistemological boundary, as it were, rather than a feature of the world. Buzz Holling, for example, …

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Thinking in terms of complex potential states instead of complex adaptive systems may be helpful in ourĀ timesSomething about the epistemological foundations of complex adaptive systems has been bothering me. It is very hard to think of complex systems without framing agency in the context of adaptationā€Šā€”ā€Šin complexity science we see it everywhere. This alone is cause for suspicion, since when …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 6 May 19

Tasting Textures of Communication in Warm DataContinue reading on Noteworthy – The Journal Blog »

Tasting Textures of Communication in Warm DataContinue reading on Noteworthy – The Journal Blog »


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