Source: Various (thanks to the contributors, see bibliography), modified and syncretitized by A. Steiner If things break down, that which has been ignored rushes in. - Jordan B. Peterson Not just during the "Corona Crisis" that is lasting now for more than 18 months, our socio-oeconomic systems, our countries, our societies, our cultures are strechted … Continue reading Mastering the Dark Pentrade – Part 1
Even Organizing Genius is Not a Sure-Fire Success
Source: Own Elicitation, Background Image: Office 365 Designs Jointly Doing the Right Thing Right Doing the right thing is more important than doing things right - thereafter just do it right anyways.Inspired by: PETER F. DRUCKER In another place I have already extensively described the differences between effectiveness and efficiency on a higher level. Furthermore … Continue reading Even Organizing Genius is Not a Sure-Fire Success
HarvardX Retrospective – Justice by Michael J. Sandel: An Invaluable Learning Experience!
The Contents: Back and Forth to a Reflective Equilibrium Justice, by Michael J. Sandel, is a masterpiece of work on moral and political philosophy. By an exploratory time travel from classical to contemporary theories of justice and i.a. questions on what a good life, freedom, equality or a virtue is or might be, there is … Continue reading HarvardX Retrospective – Justice by Michael J. Sandel: An Invaluable Learning Experience!