Limitations of science; argument for dualism

In today’s society, science tends to be the only proper heuristic method of explaining reality. If a particular assertion cannot be falsified, then the object of that assertion cannot be proven to exist. According to this view, there is only… Continue Reading

Blockchain exchange of values

We can be sure right now that blockchain technology will significantly impact the way we live. But that doesn’t mean it will change everything. My goal for this post is to show that some changes commonly attributed to the blockchain… Continue Reading

How a pencil refutes centralized circular economy?

The famous Milton Friedman pencil case concerning the circular economy and integrated reporting is a topic of this post. Milton Friedman’s “pencil case” can be found in his book Free to Choose. A shorter but sufficiently explanatory version can be… Continue Reading

Risk Management and Integrated Reporting

In organisational risk assessment, financial risk assessment (and financial risk management) comes first, followed by occupational injury risk prevention and physical security risk assessment and risk management, especially for properties and facilities that are more vulnerable to a crime or… Continue Reading

Memetics – the second cornerstone of life

Memetics was introduced by Richard Dawkins in Selfish Gene the last chapter back in 1976. For a quite unclear reason, Dawkins himself never developed the theory further. Susan Blackmore, Kate Distin, Robert Aunger and Daniel Dennett are rare few that… Continue Reading

Integrated reporting as a part of organizational memetics

Featured image: Matevž Paternoster photo of 5.200 years old wheel found near Ljubljana Integrated reporting (IR) is a global initiative to upgrade organisational reporting. From the perspective of traditional reporting IR objectives are difficult to understand. Or better: they could be… Continue Reading