Monthly Archives: August 2014

Aristotle persuades

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Aristotle lived in Athens in the fourth century BC.  No idler, he would spend his mornings speculating and adding to the gross sum of human knowledge in fields as divergent as philosophy, ethics, politics, biology, psychology and astronomy.  And then, …

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‘Kairos’ – the opportune moment.

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The Greeks of antiquity had two words that referred to time.  The first, chronos, was the measure of the time of day.  The second word was kairos and it had a quite strategic meaning for leaders.  It refers to the …

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