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the institutional mind

penetrating the institutional mind: Science, education and common knowledge burdened with preconceptions.

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education,   psychology ,   freedom.

recent the institutional mind posts

psychology, consciousness, ego in very young children

As I often say - Nothing can penetrate the institutional mind, more specifically, its preconceptions. Fortunately, psychology scientists have decided to test the assumption that pre-school children are very bad at hiding because they they are egocentric - they often just cover their eyes when asked to hide. The new research shows that they also believe that THEY can't see another if the

being, children, consciousness, education, institutional mind, popular science, psychology,

The Second Book of Job - poem

The Second Book of Job Darkness Past F is for fear the steps lead down through cobwebs and damp to a tomb underground through memories lost embedded in ice trials and torments from lovers of vice all that destroy you those icons of lethargy feed their projections on unconscious envy all that control you say love is too dear and build domination on unconscious fear

alchemy, empathy, gardens, hope, humanism, institutional mind, leadbyexample, love, meaningful poems, poems, politics, psychology, sociology, spirit, wisdom,

institutions, preconceptions and collective myths

A thought for the day, as it were! Dire institutions cannot see truth through their fiction that blinds A collective illusion there's nothing can pierce institutional minds Happy (and open-minded) New Year tags: education, institutional mind, meaningful poems, open minds, poems, psychology

education, institutional mind, meaningful poems, open minds, poems, psychology,

Democracy and money. Education and SocialMedia enable poor people

This video is Part 1 of Lawrence Lessig on the role of money in American (western) "democracy" and politics. Lawrence Lessig on Institutional Corruption part1 Congress Talk begins at about 14 minutes:  Conclusions:  1. Those in power could care less who gets the votes, so long as they can choose the candidates. 2. Those in power, in the USA, spend upwards of 30% of their time in office

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