Learning, education and community
Featured Updated: What is a group? In this article we review the development of theory about groups. We look at some different definitions of groups, and some of the key dimensions to bear in mind when thinking about them. Updated: What is group work? Updated: What is teaching? In the archives: Community participation, community development and non-formal education. In the archives: Radical community education. Explore Head for the different sections on ideas, thinkers and innovators and practice. Check out what’s new. Visit our archive of materials that illuminate the development of informal education, community learning and development, lifelong learning and social pedagogy. Browse material within different categories. Scroll through the main index. Acknowledgements: Photo by Tegan Mierle on Unsplash
Liberation Lit | A Journal of Art and Issues from Mainstay Press
Murray Bookchin - (1/8) - 'Urbanization Against Cities' - 1993
Dr. John Gray live in Kelowna
The Major Writings of Nichiren Daishonin
Nichiren was persecuted throughout his lifetime by the Japanese government and by religious powers who considered his revolutionary teachings a grave threat to their continued authority. Nevertheless, the letters he wrote to his followers, often under the most dire conditions, illustrated that even in the midst of the greatest challenge, he was able to realize the great beauty of life and feel joy and compassion for others - the state of Buddhahood. These letters and treatises collected in English as The Major Writings of Nichiren Daishonin, are among the primary study materials for his disciples. Please realize that this is a work in progress, and as such, will have minor errors and omissions. These Gosho have been superceded by the recent release of "The Writings of Nichiren Daishonin" To cross reference the titles, please see the metadata index. This web site is not affiliated with nor sanctioned by any organization affiliated with Soka Gakkai International. Designed by Will Kallander
The Revolution of Everyday Life (Raoul Vaneigem
Dedication To Ella, Maldoror and those who helped this adventure upon its way. “I LIVE ON THE EDGE OF THE UNIVERSE AND I DON’T NEED TO FEEL SECURE.” “Man walketh in a vain shew, he shews to be a man, and that’s all.” We seem to live in the State of variety, wherein we are not truly living but only in appearance: in Unity is our life: in one we are, from one divided, we are no longer. While we perambulate variety, we walk but as so many Ghosts or Shadows in it, that it self being but the Umbrage of the Unity. From: “Heights in Depths and Depths in Heights (or TRVTH no less secretly than sweetly sparkling out its Glory from under a cloud of Obloquie)” by the Ranter Jo. Introduction I have no intention of revealing what there is of my life in this book to readers who are not prepared to relive it. The world must be remade; all the specialists in reconditioning will not be able to stop it. As for the others, I ask for their goodwill with a humility they will not fail to perceive. Part I.
Bureau of Public Secrets - situationist texts and translations
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Irregular Times: Images of Civilian Deaths from Iraq, Spring 2003
The purpose of this page is simple and direct. Below you can review, from multiple sources, images of dead and injured Iraqi civilians. Men, women, children. These are just a small sample. If you are an American who opposes the war, it may be important for you to remember why. If you are an American who supports the war, it is important, crucial, essential for you to see these images. Most centrally, if you support the war, can you still do so after seeing these images and thinking about what they represent? If you support the war, but you cannot stand to look at these pictures, then wake up and pay attention to that feeling. Seeking more?