Monthly Archives: September 2012

The sound of our imagination

A recent edition of framework:afield was produced and hosted by Felicity Ford as part of a project that she is undertaking with MoDA, the Museum of Domestic Design & Architecture. The projetc is called Sonic Wallpapers. The idea behind the … Continue reading

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Imagine sucking a lemon

Imagine sucking a slice of fresh lemon. Imagine the texture and flavour… So.. I was reading an article about Adrian Owen recently (Cyranoski, 2012). Owen is a researcher who found a way of communicating with some people who are in … Continue reading

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A quiet rant on the theme of mind-body dualism and the church

I was introduced to this quote by a student… ‘The line that runs from the ancient world through Plato and the medieval church to Descartes and the Enlightenment and into the contemporary world, turns out to be inaccurate. There is … Continue reading

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