Monthly Archives: March 2012

Serious concept fun

Last Friday’s edition of Trouw – a Dutch newspaper – had an article on Rik Peels, a young Dutch philosopher who had just successfully defended his PhD thesis “Believing responsibly” on the epistemological requirements for justifying faith, beliefs, or convictions. … Continue reading

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Critical System Heuristics : a very, very short introduction

The last of the five systems approaches of Systems approaches to managing change (Reynolds & Holwell, 2010) deals with critical system heuristics (CSH), which was mostly developed by Werner Ulrich. For those of us who like Joseph Novak’s work: CSH … Continue reading

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