This blog has come to an end in its current form. A new and updated version is now online at www.trialectics.net. The new blog has a new domain name (.com will be replaced by .net) as well as a new layout. The updated software structure will make the website faster, much more readable, and easier to […]

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Change comes in unpredictable ways, and forecasters normally only saw it coming after the event occurred.  Still, we all try to predict what will happen, we extrapolate trends, and we cling to the routines of our lives, hoping that unending change will not disrupt us too much. The illusions in this strategy towards life and […]

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Here are my book suggestions for 2017. There is a little bit of everything, and the selection is purely subjective. Some of the books are older, but have lasting value (for instance “Psychopathology and Politics.”) The books about environmental problems have a dark outlook – maybe we are beyond the point where catastrophes could have […]

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2016 was a strange year: more refugees, Brexit, the US Election disaster, a coup d’état by the Government in Turkey, the destruction of Aleppo, Russian and Chinese hacking, the mainstream emergence of artificial intelligence, and self-driving cars are hitting the road. The environmental record is worse than predicted: mass extinction is under way, the oceans […]

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