Monthly Archives: September 2016

Systematic Improvization

My teacher, and mental-spiritual-martial art mentor, dr. Ronald ‘Back Horse’ Chavers taught me, between 1980 and 1990, a lot of stuff. Among the most memorable were: ‘systematically getting lost‘ (in order to discover new things) and ‘systematic improvization’ (all human

Posted in Applied Mythology, Cultural Selfreflection, Epistemology

The Art of Getting Lost

My teacher, and mental-spiritual-martial art mentor, dr. Ronald ‘Back Horse’ Chavers taught me, between 1980 and 1990, a lot of stuff. Among the most memorable were: ‘systematically getting lost’ (in order to discover new things) and ‘systematic improvization’ (all human

Posted in Applied Mythology, Controlled Folly, Improvising Systematically, Systematically Getting Lost, Vision Quest

Problems, understanding young men, and solutions

(This is part of the introduction to a collection of articles by Dirck van Bekkum about ‘Young Men as systemic Whistleblowers‘ , in Dutch, which will appear in 2017) Quite a few problems in the Netherlands and abroad, most people

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