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Becoming the Vessel

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In reviewing last week’s session of the Jung Platform’s class on James Hillman’s book, Alchemical Psychology, I want to reflect more on the place and nature of the vessel in the work.


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The Disciplinary Economy of Open Peer Review

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There seems to be widespread skepticism that peer review without anonymity can be both rigorous and fair.


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Tilting at Gas Wells: What's the Best Way to Defend Your Community from Fracking?

Tilting at Gas Wells: What's the Best Way to Defend Your Community from Fracking? | Pahndeepah Perceptions | Scoop.it
The most effective fracking bans may be the ones that make the fewest rights claims.

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Don't Believe the Hype

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These days it is often hard to tell when a claim is true when faced with the swirl of rapid fire information that is our modern world. We teach our students to evaluate sources, but even we can som...
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Academic Sustainability

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The academy may be filled with leftists–so we are told–but it has yet to apply its Marxist interpretive skills to its own situation. For the academy suffers from epistemic overproductio...
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Graduate education across the humanities is fundamentally unsustainable.

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Daodejing 32

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#32* DAO (the Great Way) always and forever without name. Simple and small. Nothing under-heaven can rule over the Great Way. If Kings obey this, all under-heaven will follow them spontaneously. He...
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Third Anniversary

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Today, I am reminded by WordPress, is the 3rd anniversary of this blog, Reason & Existenz. Over 22000 views as of today. Hope to reach 23000 by July 04 weekend. Thanks so much to all of my good...
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Thanks to everyone who has visited my blog in the last three years. 

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down

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down rolling falling drifting earth cold mud parting away foot leg waist torso neck head deranged beneath the at-level down ground water baptism "this is my beloved baby" breath stopping stoney ran...
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Book Review: The Great University Gamble: Money, Markets and the Future of Higher Education

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In The Great University Gamble, Andrew McGettigan surveys the emerging brave new world of higher education, asking what the role of universities within society might become, how they might be funde...
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howling alone

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small dog barking lonely how can he know his roommates will return? it is not the way of being a puppy to know the comings and goings of adult humans. might they be expected, however, to know the l...
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Hermes

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Little lean, wing-footed god How this big fat hobbling man Found himself in your service? Guide of souls at life's end Messenger of divine will Lover of Desire herself... Send me some dream from et...
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Authority and Laxity

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Continuing the translations of the incomplete manuscripts of the middle-years of Li-Dan's long life... ---------------------- In the  morning of the last day he walked beneath the Yingke Pines, the...
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Flowing / Swaying

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Knowledge is holding power: directing actuality or enabling skill. Thus, knowing thinks as a kind of doing, taking-up, having-in-hand, putting-to-work. Knowledge embraces interference (striking-bet...
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History of Philosophy 151 - Single Minded: Averroes on the Intellect (Podcast)

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You know what I'm thinking: Averroes' rather surprising notion that all of mankind shares a single intellect.

 

Source : historyofphilosophy.net


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A shrine within a shrine reveals evidence of Buddha's birth - Los Angeles Times

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BBC News
A shrine within a shrine reveals evidence of Buddha's birth
Los Angeles Times
The dig, which was financed by the Japanese and Nepalese governments and the National Geographic Society, was done within the shrine, a UNESCO world heritage site.
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3D visual forensic facial reconstruction of a Neanderthal face in front of your eyes

One of the coolest visualization techniques to come along in recent years is the careful forensic reconstruction of likely facial features of deceased people from their bony remains, based on subtleties in bone structure and the knowledge of what each variation means, on average. Originally developed so police could put a face to unknown human remains (an application where it has been quite successful), the technique has spilled over into anthropology.


Recreating a face from the underlying bone involves painstaking work with myriad precision measurements so the muscle and skin will have the correct thickness and placement. It also involves having access to a database of enough samples so that the assigned features have a statistical likelihood of being correct. These are not wild guesses or dreamy-eyed artists impressions, but a reasonable recreation of a face that actually existed.

 

Done with: Timelapse 3D scanning of skull; Python Photogrammetry Tools; 3D Sculpting; Blender Screen capture; FFMPG Video edigint; Kdenlive.

 


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piercing intension

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the earth shifts even as the waters reach up and outward to the blazing stars themselves shaggy headed snake writhing and heaving holding tightly in its coils the resting sun where all principles a...
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and - or

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"and" - the quality of having "or" - the quality of not-having a note struck or plucked, blown or sung... having sound: hearing having context: recognizing having start: grasping having finish: let...
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Daodejing 31

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#31* Powerful weapon: inauspicious instrument. The person on the Way disapproves of such instruments. Such are disgusting. The worthy person in daily life respects the Left as place of honor.† The ...
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Ageless Wisdom

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"The sacred function of hope has, in modern man, degenerated into a hideous disease called tomorrow." -G. Gurdjieff How does the old age not already become the new age? How does the ancient not alw...
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Report: Four in 10 colleges to offer MOOCs by 2016

A few high-profile rejections have done nothing to doom the future of massive open online courses (MOOCs), according to a worldwide report.

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Nowhere do I want to remain folded

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Thanks to my beloved brother Joseph C. for reminding me of this beauty from Rilke. I am too alone in the world, and yet not alone enough to make every hour holy. I am too small in the world, and ye...
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Carrying Over Laozi

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The translation of Daodejing proceeds apace. Dear Wenlong works harder than ever to help me understand the simultaneous complexity and simplicity of Laozi. The term "to translate" literally mean to...
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Ivon Prefontaine's curator insight, June 8, 2013 10:29 AM

A deeper look at the Dao.

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Centered and Whole

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Finding new metrics of success is not just for women. It is for women and men who want to be whole, centered, and happy human beings. That means being whole in mind and body, reason and emotion, wo...
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Ivon Prefontaine's curator insight, June 6, 2013 6:54 PM

There is a good link embedded.

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Twilighting Idolatries

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Genius is always sufficiently the enemy of genius by over influence. The book, the college, the school of art, the institution of any kind, stop with some past utterance of genius. This is good, sa...
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