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2014/02/20 :: early placement deadline MArch(Des) :: Xi’an Jiaotong – Liverpool University

Just listing the deadlines for our University of Liverpool Architecture Master, taught in China. The priority date for applications (for September 2014 entry) is 20th February 2014 (international students -Early placement). 1st April 2014 is the deadline for automatic inclusion … Continue reading

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2014/02/11 :: deadline :: Xi’an Jiaotong – Liverpool University | Architecture Faculty

With our Bachelor programme now running very successfully, the first cohort graduating this year, the RIBA international validation on its way, and the Master programme starting in this coming autumn, we are now looking for new staff to support us … Continue reading

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CAiiA Recipient of the 2011 Award for Best Practice in Higher Education

Happy to announce that the institution at which I conducted my PhD research  -  the Centre for Advanced Inquiry in the Integrative Arts (CAiiA), hub of the Planetary Collegium  -  is the 2011 recipient of the World Universities Forum Award … Continue reading

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The Presence of Planetary Consciousness

Alex Steffen posted an interesting article today entitled Putting the Future Back in the Room. It exhibits some parallels to my PhD research. Is it possible to restore belief in the future? I believe, yes, i.e. my research suggests that the ‘room’ needs … Continue reading

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A Quick Update :: Upcoming Texts

The proof for my “Resonances of the Unknown” text with Kybernetes journal (Emerald) was sent out back to the publisher today. It is thus close to be published. It links Gotthard Günther’s research on Non-Aristolean logic to Paul Valéry’s “Eupalinos” … Continue reading

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Koolhaas Lecture at the Strelka Institute – Bilbao as a turning point?

Koolhaas Lecture[1] introducing the 2010-2011 research themes at the Strelka Institute. This is a quite interesting lecture for many reasons. Although it might be worth doing it, I am not going to comment on the whole lecture. I would simply like to … Continue reading

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Discourse, Politics, a G4 Summit, and a Naked Nietzsche — or Sloterdijk, Groys, Wyss and Ullrich

                        Whoever ever wondered about the relationship between avant-garde, politics and (philosophical) discourse may have a look at the recording of a discussion that took place at the University … Continue reading

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From Charles Waldstein’s Inaugural Lecture in Cambridge, 1895

Empiricism is a very good thing, and produces excellent results where there is great wealth of natural resources, and unhampered opportunities without the pressure of time in active competition. Could we each of us live through many lives and generations for a thousand years … Continue reading

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