Daily Archives: October 2, 2011

Agenda for Occupiers of Wall Street

Great little video blog from Nicholas Kristoff in today’s New York Times suggesting an agenda for the somewhat directionless Wall Street protestors:  http://video.nytimes.com/video/2011/10/02/opinion/100000001084589/advice-for-the-wall-street-protesters.html His suggested agenda that this blogger fully supports is: A Globally enforced Financial Transactions or Tobin tax … Continue reading

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Post Apartheid: South Africa’s Disastrous Brave New World

Let me start by stressing that I was somewhat involved in the anti-Apartheid struggle in South Africa, and knew people who were far more involved. One of my late friends Andra was a South African psychotherapist, who treated some of … Continue reading

Posted in Conflict Book Reviews, Conflict History, Conflict Processes, Conflict Statistics, Economic Conflict, Uncategorized, Ways to handle conflict | Tagged , , , , , , , | 9 Comments

Human Induced Climate Change as Probability

I recently got involved with some debate with Climate Change denial folk in an on line comment stream, and made the following comment in response to a thoughtful and intelligent comment, that I thought would be good to re-post here … Continue reading

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Great Response to David Brooks Article on the Limits of Empathy

Great Response to the David Brooks article in the comment to my posting, https://creativeconflictwisdom.wordpress.com/wp-admin/post.php?post=5880&action=edit by creatingreciprocity that almost exactly mirrors my approach and what I planned to post in response to the David Brooks article. Very interesting article, thanks. Neurological structures and … Continue reading

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