George Hay: T.E.A.C.H.

(In an earlier issue of IC we included a brief mention of this organisation and said a further account would follow. Here it is.) T.E.A.C.H. stands for Technology, Education and Change, the subjects with which it deals. It came into existence as a result of the very strong feedback from the conference on Education and… read more »

John Woodcock: Evolution and Ideology

This paper is intended to show that certain evolutionary phenomena appear to support s.i. I take as a starting-point the assumption made in Ideologies and Their Functions (page 29) that homo sapiens constitutes a term in the overall evolutionary series comparable to the preceding organic and inorganic terms. The inorganic term itself divides into a… read more »

George Walford: Politics and Personalities

In IC 3 we noted the theory that personality determines belief, and pointed out that if it be accepted then it follows that those who believe this theory do so because of the personalities they have, and not because of any intellectual or scientific validity the theory may possess. We did not claim it as… read more »

George Walford: Rethinking Revolution

Toward the end of 1979 Margaret Chisman invited me to give a talk to South Place Ethical Society under the title: A SYSTEMATIC IDEOLOGIST LOOKS AT REVOLUTION. As a former Marxist I had long been interested in revolution, but since taking up systematic ideology I had never really sat down and thought about it. When,… read more »