Celebration in Trajectory

The apithology community recently marked a milestone on its extended journey. This was the celebration of the 5000th day of practice since apithology was formed as a discipline. The inquiry that we did surrounding the day caused me to reflect on generative learning within apithology and the differences not obvious to those unfamiliar with this […]

Apithoria 1|3 ~ Asking Different Questions

This month’s new Apithoria introduces the foundation distinction in apithology of the horizon of inquiry. It’s often described how the commencement in an apithology activity is not similar to other ways of knowing. Not believing this, we may attempt do what is unfamiliar, from a familiar place. In a way, our frustration when doing so […]

Practice Note 3 – What do we mean by generative?

Because the practice of apithology involves studying and understanding generative dynamics knowing what is meant when we use term ‘generative’ is fundamental to learning apithology. In this new Practice Note the familiar meanings of generative are recognised. The unique way apithology considers humanity’s generativity is then distinguished. For many, this represents a vast jump in […]

Apithoria 1|1 ~ Enabling All

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An interesting form appeared some years ago in apithology practice. This was the use of aphorisms as short statements to illuminate complex areas of instruction. Instead of anecdotal quotes out of context, each apithology aphorism points to an entire topic of inquiry already undertaken. These aphorisms when collected together are called ‘Apithoria‘. They provide an […]