Tag Archives: Morality

Authentic Integrity

When an artist misrepresents their art, passing off the work of others as their own, or pretending to play live, when there is, in fact, a pre-recorded backing tape running, we have a tendency to feel indignant and duped.  An … Continue reading

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Influence and Persuasion

Bloggers are funny, optimistic people.  We write (among many other reasons) to share gems of wisdom we stumble upon, in the hope it helps somebody else.  We hope to persuade and to change minds.  The desire is for better perspectives … Continue reading

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What They Want You To Think – The Problem of Corporate Patronage

A good friend of mine was watching some re-runs of Lassie programmes from the 1954 to 1959 series.  It is nostalgically thought of as a time of innocence.  We remember that period of time through rose-tinted glasses and recall how … Continue reading

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The Morality of Makers

Artists, artisans, architects, builders, craftspeople, engineers and designers are makers.  They make the things that the rest of humanity must live with, using the planet’s finite resources to make them.  As such, makers have a particular responsibility and duty of … Continue reading

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