Monthly Archives: February 2013

Re-framing the mess we’re in: ideology-action-structures and coloniality.

Re-framing the mess we’re in:  ideology-action-structures and coloniality. This is a working paper in which I explore some ideas I’ve been working with.  It takes a long and comprehensive view of where we are, how we got here, and what … Continue reading

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The first day of spring?

A beautiful day, almost like Spring.  I hitched a lift to Tatton and cycled back – first ‘rural ride’ of the year (now there”s an idea – re-doing Cobbett by bike).  From there via Rostherne to Dunham and from there … Continue reading

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Horse Flesh

I used to have an imaginary dog, called Horse Flesh.  I was about 40 when we got him.  Cheap to look after and no mess, and he was just the dog you wanted him to be.  Not that I like … Continue reading

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Mending clothes

On the way to Making Another World Real:  Latin America Today on 26 Jan, as I got on the tram money fell out of my trousers, one of 2 pairs of very nice green corduroys bought in Valencia back in … Continue reading

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