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Power of Imagination

Education, Innovations and Democracy


Agnieszka Rothert

The purpose of this book is to encourage the use and exploration of imagination, intuition and insight as essential ingredients for scientific, educational and civic endeavors. This groundbreaking book is a kind of intellectual provocation, but also an antidote for our current crises in education. It is a dizzying, transdisciplinary and morphing romp through fields as disparate as complexity theory, quantum physics, neuroscience, political sciences as well as the innovative uses of games.

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Part III The End/Exit


Education, Trans-formality, Flexibility

Seeking, indeed. I will begin with another quote from Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll. Alice meets a Mock Turtle, who asks her whether she had extra lessons in school. She replies that she had—she learned French and music.

“And washing?”—said the Mock Turtle.

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