Aikaisemmat artikkelit



Here you can find all earlier blogs that have been published in our forum arranged by time, the authors surname and classified by the approach angle.

Developing new understandings about the National Dynamics of Finland

This article is the result of the work of six members of the Finnish Think Tank: Dynamics of Groups and Societies (RYD). It is the continuation of a workshop led by Dr Mannie Sher of the Tavistock Institute of Human Relations in 2019. The authors of this Read more

Blog topics: Continuity, Fragmentation, Human aggression, Identity, Insecurity, Interdependence, Interrelations with neighbors, Otherness, Stagnation, The cabability to work together, The feeling of one´s impossibility to make a difference, The meaning of being together, Unpredictability

Primitive Wars & Corporate Battles: A New Way?

The human species has been struggling with how to live together peacefully for over a 2,000 years. On every continent and in every locality there is a story of a war, an uprising, a suppression and the countless numbers of bodies slaughtered and blood spilled in the process of winning or Read more

Blog topics: Continous imbalance, Continuity, Fragmentation, Human aggression, Insecurity, Interdependence, Movable boundaries, Unpredictability

Meeting the one who is ‘the other’

National identity has risen to be a topic particularly in the political rhetoric. What it consist of is difficult to define. The differences between the nations and the people can anyhow engender a rich starting point to creativity and innovations, if only we can be curious and respect the ones that we think are “the others”. Read more

Blog topics: Identity, Otherness