The next scheduled workshop by the Centre for Leadership and Learning in Risk is the Ethics in Risk Workshop for 10,11 May in Canberra. You can register and read an overview here: https://cllr.com.au/product/an-ethic-of-risk-unit-17/ It is important to register early as it looks like we may need to hire a larger … Learn more >>>>>
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I have written before about the semiotic/metaphor of the rhizome (https://safetyrisk.net/like-a-rhizome-cowboy/ ), introduced by Deleuze as a model for understanding learning and knowing. Deleuze was interested in ‘becoming’ and in the ‘hidden third’, a common concept in transdisciplinarity. Deleuze (https://monoskop.org/Gilles_Deleuze) understood the metaphor of the rhizome as … Learn more >>>>>
One of the best ways to be ethical about ethics is to declare your worldview/methodology (ethic) from the outset. It is from one’s ethic (methodology-ontology) that one’s method emerges. In my case whenever I undertake education and learning modules such as the recent modules on Transdisciplinarity and Ethics (https://spor.com.au/home/one-week-intensive-2-modules-february-2020/… Learn more >>>>>
One of the reasons Safety does so poorly in understanding Ethics is because by nature, Ethics is a philosophical discipline. Philosophy is a discipline one benefits in learning through a Transdisciplinary approach to critical thinking https://safetyrisk.net/transdisciplinary-safety/ ).
Transdisciplinarity is a disposition that seeks to know and think ‘across’ the disciplines … Learn more >>>>>
We all know about the psychological concept of ‘conditioning’. It doesn’t matter whether the conditioning is classical or operant , humans develop habits and heuristics to ensure comfort, safety, efficiency and security in daily living. Whilst there is some element of truth to the behaviourist assumptions of conditioning, this doesn’t … Learn more >>>>>