Tag Archives: creativity

humanae

I am totally convinced that the we’re all living in a socially constructed world – ever since I read the seminal Peter Berger and Thomas Luckmann 1966 classic at university – and that the media play a central role in … Continue reading

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art beats info

With plenty of time on my hands, and an unhealthy eagerness for information, I find it difficult to avoid a regular and tedious feeling of deja vu. Let me illustrate with a subject matter that I follow on a permanent … Continue reading

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the persuasive power of humour

Most internet users are by now familiar with the TED, the nonprofit devoted to Ideas Worth Spreading. So some or even many of you may have seen Ken Robinson‘s Talk on how our current schooling system kills creativity. Why? It’s … Continue reading

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