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21st century enlightenment - thanks and sorry

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Having finally finished my pamphlet on twenty first century enlightenment I hope to get back to blogging more regularly (a new one on political party reform follows shortly). Despite my very best intentions I have failed to make the writing a funky open source process and now the pamphlet has to go to the printers. My hope is that if I get any pick-up from the essay or speech I can then make the former a living on-line document and explore the possibility of a range of other essays (and, dare I say it, even a book) developing from the core argument. Having said which, I am still very grateful for the comments I received on earlier iterations and many of you will see some of your thoughts reflected (although not I’m afraid attributed) in the final text.

Having finally finished my pamphlet on twenty first century enlightenment I hope to get back to blogging more regularly (a new one on political party reform follows shortly). Despite my very best intentions I have failed to make the writing a funky open source process and now the pamphlet has to go to the printers. My hope is that if I get any pick-up from the essay or speech I can then make the former a living on-line document and explore the possibility of a range of other essays (and, dare I say it, even a book) developing from the core argument. Having said which, I am still very grateful for the comments I received on earlier iterations and many of you will see some of your thoughts reflected (although not I’m afraid attributed) in the final text.

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