All posts tagged “choices

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Choosing our problems with care.

There is a notion put forward by Mark Rowlands in his excellent book “The Philosopher and the Wolf“; that simians and humans are the only animals to manufacture weakness in others, rather than just exploit it. It’s a disturbing thought, and one I’m trying to… Read More

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The Great Fraying?

Weaving meaningful relationships takes time to build, but only a short time to come apart. In an interesting piece by Robin Dunbar on the BBC this morning, the coming apart can take as little as 3 months. It doesn’t need trauma, or drama, just benign… Read More