The Phenomenology of Perception (Merleau-Ponty) (https://www.partiallyexaminedlife.com/?get_group_doc=26/1357000136-PhenomenologyofPerception.pdf) is not easy reading. If one is interested in the … [Read more...] about Starting Points, Worldviews and Risk
‘We do not think of the ordinary person as preoccupied with such difficult and profound questions as: ‘What is truth?’, ‘What is authority?’, ‘To whom do I listen?’, ‘What counts for me as evidence?’, … [Read more...] about Transdisciplinarity and Worldviews in Risk
Acknowledgement- This article draws heavily on the concepts of Dr Rob Long, and particularly his work on safety needing to take a transdisciplinary approach. A great article on this can be … [Read more...] about I’m Concerned That We Can’t See The Safety Forest For The Safety Trees
Can There Be Other Valid Worldviews Than Safety? This is the challenge worldviews is the challenge of the unknown unknowns. How can I know another worldview, when all I know is my own? Can there be a … [Read more...] about Can There Be Other Valid Worldviews Than Safety?
The Safety Worldview and the Worldview of Safety, Testing Due Diligence Following the World Congress on Safety and Health 2017 (https://safetyrisk.net/no-evidence-for-the-religion-of-zero/) I begin … [Read more...] about The Safety Worldview and the Worldview of Safety, Testing Due Diligence
Fear of Being-in-the-World One of the valuable contributions of the philosophy of phenomenology is the concept of Dasein. Dasein is German for ‘being-in-the-world’ articulated by Martin Heidegger . … [Read more...] about Fear of Being-in-the-World