Praxis


Everyday Philosophy in Practice

Song of the Earth

Holding Together


Song of the Earth

Hope Valley Fringe


The Waste Land

Bring it on... With a Walk on the Wild Side!


Hope Valley Fringe: Bring on the literature!

Our Relationship with Earth


Courageous in a rough reality

Bring it on: Riding on the Wild Side


Our Relationship with Earth

Fringe without Limits


‘Time present and time past…’

‘What matters is to live everything. Live the questions for now’


Written in the Sands

Lyrics from Old Dominion


Over dead leaves in the autumn heat...

The run


Love is most nearly itself, when here and now cease to matter...

Sunday morning run


Go, go, go said the bird

A challenge


Go, said the bird...

Serious play!


A Call for Metanoia

The cradle rocks above an abyss, and common sense tells us....


Impossible Play

Re-run of a sunday morning exploration.


Reflection Keynote

International Conference for Doctoral Education


Pulling it all together

My musings and other stories


"Let us go, then, you and I."

For a cycle on the Monsal trail, with thoughts of Eliot's lovesong of J.Alfred Prufrock.


Go, go, go said the bird,

human kind cannot bear very much reality.


Back to the future

What's philosophy got to do with running, climbing...?


Time present and time past, Are both perhaps present in time future....

TS Eliot, Burnt Norton, Four Quartets


History may be servitude…

"History may be servitude, History may be freedom..."


In the mountains, there you feel free...

TS Eliot, The Wasteland


In the mountains...

TS Eliot, The Wasteland


Words move... only in time

TS Eliot, Burnt Norton, Four Quartets


‘Words move…’

TS Eliot, Burnt Norton, Four Quartets