Tag Archive: transformation

Feb 10

A pragmatic kind of transdisciplinarity

A pragmatic kind of transdisciplinarity Hooray for social awkwardness Happy new year! Today we have a guest post by Kate Sherren, a friend and colleague of mine from Dalhousie University, Canada. Together with Jan Hanspach, we just publi…   Barbara Truman‘s insight: Sustainability science resonates with me as I imagine how to apply what I …

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Jul 12

How Virtual Reality Games Can Impact Society, Encourage Prosperity | PBS NewsHour | July 11, 2013

How Virtual Reality Games Can Impact Society, Encourage Prosperity Video games give players super powers and transport them to new worlds. How might this technology be used to transform society and your financial prospects?   Barbara Truman‘s insight: How can these environments be used for cross generational learning where everyone wins? Who will lead in …

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Jun 15

Transdisciplinary Reflections: Transdisciplinarity as Play and Transformation | Integral Leadership Review

Transdisciplinary Reflections: Transdisciplinarity as Play and Transformation Barbara Truman‘s insight: Concerns about dismissing the value of ciritcal thinking toward theoretical anemia. Recommendation to explore the work of┬áRichard Bernstein re: pragmatism, critical theory and hermeneutics. Be like the French and play with ideas to become a pragmatic fallibilist capable of acting while constantly questioning one’s assumptions. …

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