Monthly Archives: January 2014

Meltem Arikan, Bully Politicians, and the Presence of Justice

Meltem Arikan, Bully Politicians, and the Presence of Justice Meltem Arikan has been nominated for the Freedom of Expression Awards 2014 in the Arts category by the Index on Censorship  This piece is explains how what Meltem experienced in 2013 … Continue reading

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I Am Guilty! I Am a Provocateur!

I am guilty! I am a provocateur!  Hell, I can’t be late for breakfast in the morning without provoking my wife!  I never title or write an essay without intending to provoke my reader to think about what is happening in the world … Continue reading

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Carl Jung Depth Psychology: Mankind as a whole is included in God’s human nature…

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Why we should all take notice of Edward Snowden

See on Scoop.it – Archetype in Action Edward Snowden’s revelations about the NSA’s far-reaching surveillance efforts become the story which dominated headlines worldwide for months = so how will that shape events in 2014? Skip_Conover‘s insight: By former MI5 intelligence … Continue reading

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Meltem Arikan, Bully Politicians, and the Presence of Justice

See on Scoop.it – Archetype in Action Meltem Arikan knows censorship. She experienced that in 2004. What she experienced in 2013 was far more culturally dangerous, rising to the level of intentional persecution and repression of dissent entirely. Skip_Conover‘s insight: … Continue reading

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Meltem Arikan on Gezi Park: “What had happened to turn all this into a war zone?”

See on Scoop.it – Archetype in Action Author and playwright Meltem Arikan was amongst a small group of people who was accused by senior Turkish politicians and government sponsored media of being the architects of the May-June 2013 Gezi Park … Continue reading

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The Religion With No Name: An Interview With Thomas Moore

See on Scoop.it – Archetype in Action For most of us, the days of growing up within a fixed religious tradition is long past. Seeking a lifeline to what really matters, many are either bewildered by the array of spiritual … Continue reading

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Second Lieutenant Robert M. Christian, Jr., USMC: A Very Personal Sacrifice

See on Scoop.it – Archetype in Action Most think of a sacrifice in wartime as something heroic on the field of battle. Skip_Conover‘s insight: My memoir about my friend, Bob Christian.   See on www.archetypeinaction.com

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Carl Jung Depth Psychology: How can we expect righteousness to prevail…

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A conversation with Meltem Arikan, Turkish playwright and author

See on Scoop.it – Archetype in Action In the days after the Gezi Park protests, Turkish playwright and author Meltem Arikan found herself at the centre of a government-led hate campaign that left her fearing for her life. See on … Continue reading

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