Archive for Norbert Wiener

A Question of Attachment—Bowlby Less Traveled: The Book (part II of III)

Part II—My Motivation Behind Writing Question In his book chapter Modern Attachment Theory (mentioned in part I), Dr. Schore suggests that brain studies will be the new background for attachment theory. Schore calls Bowlby’s work “classical attachment theory.” Schore mentions “the decade of the brain.” According to the web site for The Association for Psychological Science,  […]

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Ripping the Band-Aid Off of Tavistock and Mind Control

Note: Our server service is updating our server. These updates should be completed by January 16th, 2017. So, if BLT goes dark for a few hours or even days, not to be alarmed. Before we get started, I just want to say Happy New Year! I hope everyone had a great holiday break. I know […]

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Let’s Talk About “Changing Systems” Systematically (part I of II)

In my dual roles as psychotherapist (currently inactive) and philanthropist (currently active), I regularly attend workshops and conferences. As an example, the Association of Small Foundations recently wrapped up its annual meeting here in Albuquerque on October 3rd, 2013. (Our Foundation sponsored bringing in William Powers to speak as a part of our RYOL Lecture […]

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Reprint: Robots, Robots Everywhere

Robots, robots everywhere by Jay Nelson February 2013 issue of SWCP Portal (reprinted with the kind permission of the author) What follows is a reprint of an article by Jay Nelson that appeared in the February 2013 issue of Southwest Cyberport Portal Newsletter. Southwest Cyberport is the FHL Foundation’s IP or Internet provider. Their newsletter […]

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COMMENT: Living Alone: The Rise of Capitalism and the Decline of Families

Living Alone: The Rise of Capitalism and the Decline of Families. Wednesday, 03 October 2012 By Harriet Fraad, Truthout | Book Review In this blog post I’d like to comment on Harriet Fraad’s article Living Alone: The Rise of Capitalism and the Decline of Families. Fraad’s article is actually a summary article in which she […]

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