What Brand of Ethics is Safety? This last fortnight in my city Canberra, has seen an explosion of allegations of rape in the corridors of power, the Australian Parliament . What has come to the surface should be no surprise to researchers in ethics. At the heart of the corridors of power is the … [Read more...] about What Brand of Ethics is Safety?
AIHS Chapter on Ethics
One of the delusions of Behaviourism is that guilt and punitive consequence are motivational. The opposite is the case. There is endless research to demonstrate that the assumptions of Behaviourism don’t work. It’s quite straightforward: humans are not machines and not the sum of inputs and … [Read more...] about Motivation and de-Motivation in Safety