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Eight Originations ~ Humanity Accepting

This is a community inquiry post inviting comments and reflection. It concerns a new modality which was generated to examine how a new idea for humanity (ie apithology) becomes accepted – moving from its first iteration in origin to coherent and completed origination. As with many apithology modalities, while initially conceived of at the humanity

Beyond Human Learning ~ Generative Apithagogy

There have already been many benefits from our inquiry into the generative learning designs for Apitholo ~ The Center for Humanity Learning. Because that forum is for a different outcome, it asks some different questions about what is happening for humans when they do learning. In recently reading the current leading thinkers on learning theory,

Apithology of Organizational Learning

For many years the role of generative learning in organisational development has been central in the testing of apithology theory and practice. This post examines some challenges to our own assumptions about how learning occurs and proposes some different thinking on the apithological ethics in the approach to defensive routines. Some existing assumptions on learning

Forms of Formation

In developing the idea for the new entity dedicated for apithology learning, one of the most interesting aspects was looking at all the different forms that were suggested. It quickly became apparent that the name of the entity was partly a function of its activity. Having an idea of the range of activities, the naming

10 Year Event – Activities

There are a number of activities planned around  the 10Year Event people might want to know about. The first is in Melbourne in the days prior to  the Event when there are performances by the Australian National Academy of Music in the Quartetthaus. I experienced this at one Festival of Perth season and loved it.

What is apithology?

We recently commissioned two worldwide experts to discuss in a generative dialogue the profoundly difficult question: ‘What is apithology?’  After several years of conversation (and over five hundred blog posts and thousands of hours of transcription) the results have been put together into this short video presentation. We hope you enjoy it immensely …  

Apithological Inquiry

The International Society for the Systems Sciences (ISSS) journal of the collected proceedings of the 2012 Annual Conference in San Jose has just been published. Within those proceedings is the following article on Apithological Inquiry that might be of interest to researchers: “Apithological Systems Theory: Learnings from Ecology” Paper presented at the 56th Conference of the International