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By Aldo Matteucci on 18 Feb 2013 | From the channel/s: 

The vagueness of the concept

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By biscott@diplomacy.edu on 8 Feb 2013 | From the channel/s: 

Listening to the gay-marriage debate in the British House of Commons was like stumbling into a fallacy fest: False choices stood in the guise of bouncers at the door (freedom of faith versus equal marriage); slippery slopes slopped underfoot (as Sir Roger Gale explained: "That means brothers and

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By petecranston on 27 Nov 2012 | From the channel/s: 

We interviewed a number of people at the Geneva E-diplomacy Day, 10 days ago, interested to see how this audience compared to others.

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By Readings on 26 Nov 2012 | From the channel/s: 


(Beautifully Presented Bull S*t)


This articulate and articulated graph is on view in http://bit.ly/V70CUH. Good for a rainy Monday morning:

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By Readings on 20 Nov 2012 | From the channel/s: 

The scope of the uncertainly in which we are living is growing exponentially. When it comes to handling this new reality, we can no longer think in terms of certainties; we need to move to thinking in terms of probabilities and adapt accordingly.

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By Readings on 16 Nov 2012 | From the channel/s: 

One of the beauties of the internet is sharing “interesting” information. It’s like real life: if you need to rush to the hospital, you’ll ask the cop on the beat. If you need to find the street your friend lives in, you’ll ask a passerby. Easier, and the downside risk is limited.

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By Readings on 9 Nov 2012 | From the channel/s: 

I've often maintained that any experience - even one we do not consider important - may become transformative.

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By Jovan Kurbalija on 7 Nov 2012 | From the channel/s: 

Have you ever had a problem reading a person’s name from their conference badge? You can usually find about the name of the conference, although you already know what conference you are attending. You can find the name of the venue,  although you should already know where you are.

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By Aldo Matteucci on 5 Nov 2012 | From the channel/s: 

Thomas C. SCHELLING won the 2005 “Nobel” Prize in Economics for his “having enhanced our understanding of conflict and cooperation through game-theory analysis”.

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