Daily Archives: March 23, 2012

Ken Kiff (1935-2001): Creative Adjournment in Conflict

Part of this blog is about creativity in conflict, but I also like to throw in any example of creativity that takes my fancy. One of my friends here just introduced me to Ken Kiff’s work and here is some: … Continue reading

Posted in Conflict Art, Conflict Processes, Creativity and Conflict | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

The Hedgehog and the Fox: Isaiah Berlin and Philip Tetlock

When I first read Isaiah Berlin’s Essay ‘The Hedgehog and the Fox in about 1970 it started a process of ensuring I was not to become a hedgehog. Berlin argued that the fox-hedgehog distinction captured: ‘one of the deepest differences … Continue reading

Posted in Academic Conflict, Conflict Book Reviews, Conflict Processes, Philosophy of Conflict, Ways to handle conflict | Tagged , , , , | 1 Comment