Tag Archives: Bob Dylan

George Zimmerman: ‘Only A Pawn in Their Game’

The recent case of the injustice surrounding Trayvon Martin’s murder reminds me of the insights of this Bob Dylan song from 50 years ago about another murder, that of Civil Rights worked Medgar Evers (1925-1963): See also: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Medgar_Evers Medgar:   … Continue reading

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The Neuroscience of Bob Dylan’s Genius: Creative Conflict

Not only does this blogger love the music of Bob Dylan and is interested in neuroscience, but this blog is about creative aspects of conflict, so this article in today’s UK Guardian newspaper really resonated: http://www.guardian.co.uk/music/2012/apr/06/neuroscience-bob-dylan-genius-creativity How do we have insights, … Continue reading

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There’s No Success Like Failure

‘Nothing fails like success’ Arnold Toynbee (1889-1975) ‘There is no success like failure, and failure is no success at all’ Bob Dylan (1941-): from ‘Love Minus Zero’ ‘He not busy being born, is busy dying’ Bob Dylan: from ‘It’s Alright … Continue reading

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Bob Dylan’s Top Ten Conflict Tips

Well Bob Dylan is 70 this month, so I thought it would be good to post his loosely conflict relevant lines as one of our Top Ten Tips, though I couldn’t stick to ten and sixteen was tough and I … Continue reading

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The Masters of War

Bob Dylan’s 1962/3 song The Masters of War never seems to loose its relevance and this montage shown over its singing, should lead to some re-thinking about the contemporary resonance of the lyrics. The montage shows some the appalling results … Continue reading

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