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Mono, bi, or multiculturalism? A personal insight.

We’ve been told for some time now, by politicians, that we live in a multicultural society. But while society might be multicultural, can individuals be multicultural? If speech provides evidence of this then the evidence from the spoken language of … Continue reading

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Branson and the mystical properties of dyslexia

InĀ  a recent Financial Times article, Mike Southon (July 9 / July 10) quoted Sir Richard Branson as explaining ‘that he was dyslexic, and therefore had those entrepreneurs’ traits of seeing things in a different way. He was not afraid … Continue reading

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I hate learning: further objections to ‘learning’

5Year old Laura’s mother said her daughter told her the other day that she hated learning. Instead of assuming that Laura did not mean what she said, let’s assume that she said what she meant and expressed a heartfelt truth. … Continue reading

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