Tag Archives: Michel Foucault

should one run a 100k race unprepared?

Whatever the answer, I did, would do it again, and do not see anything wrong with it. I have to warn you though: unless you are comfortable with the following two mirror image statements of the sentiment that underlies this, … 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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