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on peer-to-peer dynamics in politics, the economy and organizations
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7 Pieces of Wisdom That Will Change the Way You Work

7 Pieces of Wisdom That Will Change the Way You Work | Peer2Politics | Scoop.it
“If wisdom were offered me on the one condition that I should keep it shut away and not divulge it to anyone,” said Roman philosopher Seneca, “I should reject it. There is no enjoying the possession of anything valuable unless one has someone to share it with.”
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How to Cultivate Practical Wisdom in Our Everyday Lives and Why It Matters in Our Individual and Collective Happiness

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The psychology of how we use frames, categories, and storytelling to make sense of the world.
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Ecosophy: Nature’s Guide to a Better World

Ecosophy: Nature’s Guide to a Better World | Peer2Politics | Scoop.it

The most exciting and beneficial things I believe happened to humanity in the past century were physicists’ recognition that “the universe is more like a great thought than like a great machine”1 and astronauts lifting far enough from Earth to see, feel and show us how very much alive our planet is. Those events led to a wonderful sea change from the older—and rather depressing—scientific story of a non-living material universe accidentally giving rise to all within it, devoid of meaning or purpose.

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The PsyCommons - Ordinary Wisdom and Shared Power

Around 45% of the UK population have no need of 'mental health' services. What is it they know and do that keeps them psysavvy? The psyCommons examines the ordinary wisdom and shared power hidden from us by the mental illness industries and the medicalization of ordinary human distress.

  
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