Monthly Archives: April 2013

Anima

At the end of the Spring Term 2013 at Concordia College my class presented a case study that dealt with Anima Projection and then I saw this Anima 2001 production that captures the key lesson in the class. ANIMA (2011) … Continue reading

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Ethics of Individuation & Individuation of Ethics

Adam Smith is called the father of modern economics and acquired this title with his 1776 publication of The Wealth of Nations. Smith’s 1759 publication The Theory of Moral Sentiments he regarded as his magnum opus and is considered a … Continue reading

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Happenings in the Shadows – The Dark & Dirty War

Jeremy Scahill and Rick Rowley’ were interviewed on the All in with Chris Hayes Show last night and on the Morning Joe Show this morning. Democracy Now interviewed the journalists at a special showing at Sundance Film Festival 2013 recently … Continue reading

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The Sane Society, US?

The Nation’s sentiments have been with those killed and injured in Boston last week. Now in the aftermath of the carnage, American consciousness on Sunday’s news talk shows is focused on making sense of it. I found Sunday’s (4/21) Melissa … Continue reading

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This Shit’s Got To Go!

In the aftermath of the Boston Bombing, the killing and capture of the Tsarnaev brothers, America is again asking the question – Why? And again it appears from the News, Americans are not looking in the right direction – inward. … Continue reading

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Transformational Leadership & The Way Of Individuation

Leadership is the central concept in the study of management. Its centrality centers on the fact that it requires a leader to understand deeply the contingency issues involved in leading, which are the situation, the follower, and the leader’s Self. … Continue reading

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The Dark Side of Time

I recently dreamt What is the dark side of time? My immediate association was to Carl Jung’s Shadow – the dark side of personality, which has been discussed in my class. After a morning cup of coffee, I went the … Continue reading

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