Monthly Archives: December 2013

3 things to see in a painting

I’ve never understood painting, but was more attracted to words or music. Art was to me a foreign code, which I couldn’t make sense of – what to appreciate in a painting? what is the artistry in a painting? I … Continue reading

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Business ethics? Syntax error!

Many argue capitalism is immoral, while others quickly bring them down with the disdainful  “socialist”, or worse, “communist” label. But is capitalism to be left on its own, self-regulating and hopefully generating the best-possible society, if only we stopped interfering? … Continue reading

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Sketching representation: who represents us? Who is “us”?

Politics in our lives, or how learning can take place in real time: in this post a story I heard in the news, which makes for a good lesson on politics and citizenship. Today: political representation. How do politicians represent … Continue reading

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