Of What Use is a Misunderstanding

By | October 2nd, 2016|LRO 48|

A misunderstanding has funny mechanics: the person speaking and the person listening don’t associate the same signification to a word. It’s a very short, dense, instant and most often no one takes notice of it when it happens. Its effects can be devastating. We then speak of clearing up a misunderstanding to avoid a battle [...]

In Defence of an Immoderate Life

By | July 11th, 2016|LRO 42|

KRING-LRO: ‘Restlessness’ and – surprisingly – ‘in defense of an immoderate life’: this title requires clarification. It seems to suggest that you disagree with the contemporary discourse that has infiltrated healthcare: relax, slow down, avoid burn-out, finding the ideal balance between work and family, etc., while at the same time there is an increasing regulation [...]