The philosophy of self authorship
A sense of potential is a stand that one makes that something could and maybe even should happen. Life has 3 primary potentials.
An introduction to Meaningful participation
A habit is an action that occurs in a particular situation as an automatic coupling of stimulus and response, without the invention of conscious awareness.
Why postmodernism was a misstep in responding to Cartesian objectivity
Are you primarily an Effect or just a Cause in your own life?
The Law of Earned says that every action has an outcome that is proportional in strength and that this strength is earned.
My participation matter is an affirmation of the preciousness and finiteness of life, and the importance of our active participation in reconciling those.
This principle says that life is an expression of a set of fractal principles
Binary thinking is a kind of thinking in which habits of thought are triggered without the intervention of conscious thought.
We have a conditioned habit of tending to only see opposites but not the larger context of which they are both a part
A Dependable practice is generally catalysed when a person decides they’ve had enough and they want to make a change in their life. They want something different and have decided they’re going to take responsibility for making it happen.
Projected authority is a state where we have given away our authority to define ouselves, what is important and how to realise that.
Circularity is a feature of living systems that means we can become invisibly trapped inside of arbitrary limits. Definitely something important to be aware of.
Systematics is the name given by John G. Bennett (1897–1974) to a branch of systems science that he developed in the mid-twentieth century.