Kant's transcendental argument is a claim that some things must be necessary to understand the world.
The Transcendental Aesthetic was about space and time.
Einstein's General Theory of Relativity was about space-time.
I wonder what spectacles they were wearing?
Bertrand Russell used blue spectacles to provide a metaphor to help understand Kant. The concept is that if you are wearing blue spectacles you must see everything as a shade of blue.
What spectacles are you wearing?
In New-Radical Management I will help you build a new pair of spectacles that will allow you to see the world through non-linear lenses.
Forget fiddle-de-dee, fiddling at the periphery as Rome burns, and open your world to an infinity of new possibilities.
My book New-Radical Management will be on the website late next week.
The book is filled with real-world methods to apply open systems thinking to management practice, but it rejects much of current management thinking.
But it is radical, and it is logical and consistent and I have to justify why I think society has got it all so badly wrong.
If we are serious we have to limit the tweets and the twoads and the one-pagers.
You can't get complicated ideas over with simple language in 140 characters.
Have a look at new-radical.com and New-Radical Management will be available next week.