Even if you bring in a follow up experience to prove the learning make it short and crisp. ARE THERE FAILURES AND WEAKNESSES TO AVOID? If your decision to join business school is a well thought out one you need not worry about sharing a weakness or a failure that could prove detrimental to your admission. What could be a disastrous weakness or failure? The business world is all about taking decisions under uncertainty.
However, treating these tectonic political shifts as the simple result of social crisisand the deterioration of social conditions is far from providing a full imageof the situation in Greece. Without a unique and without precedent sequence ofstruggles and collective practices of resistance and solidarity, without a strong movement, which has been close to a modern version of a “protractedpeople's war,” we would not have experienced these political earthquakes. It wasexactly through these collective experiences of struggle, this feeling of angerturned into hope, this feeling of confidence and of being part of a people in struggle, expressed in concrete practices such as a demonstration, a clash withthe police or a popular assembly, that people were again re-politicized, re-radicalized, moved to the Left. Were it not for the mass strikes, for the continuingstruggles in many sectors, for the hundreds of solidarity initiatives, and for the many forms of resistance and disobedience, the political landscape would have been much more different.
This book is a collection of essays on Husserl's by leading philosophers of science and scholars of Husserl. Published and ignored under the Nazi dictatorship, Husserl's last work has never received the attention its author's prominence demands. In the , Husserl considers the gap that has grown between the "life-world" of everyday human experience and the world of mathematical science. He argues that the two have become disconnected because we misunderstand our own scientific past—we confuse mathematical idealities with concrete reality and thereby undermine the validity of our immediate experience. The philosopher's foundational work in the theory of intentionality is relevant to contemporary discussions of , naive science, and the fact-value distinction. The scholars included in this volume consider Husserl's diagnosis of this "crisis" and his proposed solution. Topics addressed include Husserl's late philosophy, the relation between scientific and everyday objects and "worlds," the history of Greek and Galilean science, the philosophy of history, and Husserl's influence on Foucault.
Above all, we need to think of this whole process not simply as an attempt by a progressive or benevolent government to save society but as a mass movement forthe experimentation with new forms of organization of production, education, health. We need to make use of the collective experience and knowledge that haveemerged in the movements and struggles of the past years for this experimentation that cannot be left to specialists, even from the Left. Thecrisis and austerity in Greece have been a catalyst for many people, who faced with extremely aggressive policies are obliged to think differently. When thegovernment is dismantling public education, militants in education trade unionsare forced to think how we can operate schools differently. When the public health is in ruins and is kept in place only by the efforts of doctors andother health workers, then public health unions face the question of what it means to actually run a truly public health system oriented toward improving the quality of life. This is exactly the kind of collective experimentation that canprovide as with concrete answers regarding a contemporary socialist strategy.
Situational crises are sudden and unexpected, such as accidents and natural disasters. Getting in a car accident, experiencing a flood or earthquake, or being the victim of a crime are just a few types of situational crises.