value as a reason for action
The Child is father of the Man;
And I could wish my days to be
Bound to each by natural piety.
Why do so few boys join choirs?
. . . and why do so few girls volunteer on heritage railways?
Perhaps my academic career looks somewhat eclectic, polymath even, but there is a theme that runs right through it – Value as a Reason for Action, a phrase first incorporated in the title of my PhD thesis. (click image for abstract)
Value as a reasaon for action provides an answer to the three big questions of my life.
Click the pictures to see where value has motivated action in the form of research, teaching and project development.