Monthly Archives: April 2018

A view from the Sun: #10 Navigating interrelational change

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As on-the-ground conditions of life change, its social and ecosystemic forms evolve, combine, and recombine in unpredictable kaleidoscopic array. If one form is selected in isolation for study or management, it grows its way out of understanding and manageability, because it is not actually isolated, but is integral to a living milieu. Managing a school […]

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A view from the Sun: #9 Interstitial change


Intentional societal change happens in the cracks, where things are coming together or coming apart, in place and in time, at the interstices. These are where the edges of social forms are coming together, geographically, demographically, and temporally, or where newly formed edges are drawing apart as a social form divides. An interstice is an […]

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