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Living with Heartbreak

“Having a conscience now is a grief-soaked proposition.” Stephen Jenkinson I used to think that grief is a very powerful

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Evolving Through the Body

A conversation between Patrick Cassidy and Kirstie Simson. In progressive circles we feel comfortable with the idea of psychological, emotional,

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Frankenstein Apples

Using stories from her father Gregory Bateson’s work on ecology, Nora Bateson speaks to our obsession with growth, and how

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Moving Beyond Empire

Sitting in the garden here in Cupar, drinking in this late September warmth, a familiar sound draws my gaze to

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The Need For A New Politics

In 1991 India changed. We opened up. We started becoming part of the global economy. Globalisation finally engulfed us. Slowly some disturbing signs

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Decoding Darkness – a poem

Darkness isoften, not the absencebut the blinding presence of light.The colours of creation consolidatedand gifted to night,that heals the marks,

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From Seniors to Elders

Senior citizens, OAPs, retirees. Doesn’t sound so inspiring, in the way this vast and growing segment of our population is

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Why ‘3rd Space’?

J L Mehta, an Indian philosopher and admirer of the German philosopher Martin Heidegger once wrote , “So long as

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#’Me-too’ to ‘We-too’

This essay looks specifically at the unresolved issue of gender relations, and its cross-cultural intersections as highlighted by the #MeToo movement.

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Spaces of Transformation – Epistemologies of the South

To Boaventura de Sousa Santos, understanding of the world far exceeds Western understanding of the world. Even though there is a growing recognition in the west of the cultural diversity of the world, he believes this does not extend to a recognition of the diversity of knowledge systems of the world.

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Living with Heartbreak

“Having a conscience now is a grief-soaked proposition.” Stephen Jenkinson I used to think that grief is a very powerful

Read More

Evolving Through the Body

A conversation between Patrick Cassidy and Kirstie Simson. In progressive circles we feel comfortable with the idea of psychological, emotional,

Read More

Frankenstein Apples

Using stories from her father Gregory Bateson’s work on ecology, Nora Bateson speaks to our obsession with growth, and how

Read More

Moving Beyond Empire

Sitting in the garden here in Cupar, drinking in this late September warmth, a familiar sound draws my gaze to

Read More

The Need For A New Politics

In 1991 India changed. We opened up. We started becoming part of the global economy. Globalisation finally engulfed us. Slowly some disturbing signs

Read More

Decoding Darkness – a poem

Darkness isoften, not the absencebut the blinding presence of light.The colours of creation consolidatedand gifted to night,that heals the marks,

Read More

From Seniors to Elders

Senior citizens, OAPs, retirees. Doesn’t sound so inspiring, in the way this vast and growing segment of our population is

Read More

Why ‘3rd Space’?

J L Mehta, an Indian philosopher and admirer of the German philosopher Martin Heidegger once wrote , “So long as

Read More

#’Me-too’ to ‘We-too’

This essay looks specifically at the unresolved issue of gender relations, and its cross-cultural intersections as highlighted by the #MeToo movement.

Read More

Spaces of Transformation – Epistemologies of the South

To Boaventura de Sousa Santos, understanding of the world far exceeds Western understanding of the world. Even though there is a growing recognition in the west of the cultural diversity of the world, he believes this does not extend to a recognition of the diversity of knowledge systems of the world.

Read More