Ethical Intelligence: A toolkit for survival in the Age of Trump

December 9, 2018

Our modern age is desperate for a renewal of trust: trust in our systems of governance, in our media, in our legislature, in our journalists and in our journalism… I have written two books which show how this renewal can be achieved:

  • Intelligent Ethics – defining a provocative new ethics for the 21st Century; and
  • Ethical Intelligence, a guide to effective and ethical thinking in our world of fake news, internet propaganda and the polarization of belief.

Together these books provide a toolkit for survival in today’s perfect storm of economic instability, isolationist nationalism and potentially catastrophic climate change.

I am looking to launch these books, and begin the exciting mission of encouraging an ethical renewal, early next year. If you are interested in assisting me in this project, please get in touch via the comments below or LinkedIn.

#ethics

#climatechange

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Ethical Intelligence

December 3, 2018

Ethical Intelligence Copyright 2018

This article confirms that the “Ethical Intelligence” book, title, content and concept are the intellectual copyright of Luke Andreski.

Luke Andreski has also asserted his right under the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988, UK, to be identified as the author of  Ethical Intelligence. All rights to publication, distribution or serialisation, in any form or in any media, are reserved by the copyright holder. No part of Ethical Intelligence may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form, or by any means, electronic, mechanical, recording or otherwise, without the prior permission in writing of Luke Andreski. The concept, content, slogans, logo, trademark, miscellaneous applications and brand of Ethical Intelligence are the sole property of Luke Andreski and must not be used without his prior written permission.


Intelligent Ethics

December 3, 2018

Intelligent Ethics Copyright Statement 2018

This article confirms that the “Intelligent Ethics” book, title, content and concept are the intellectual copyright of Luke Andreski.

Luke Andreski has also asserted his right under the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988, UK, to be identified as the author of Intelligent Ethics. All rights to publication, distribution or serialisation, in any form or in any media, are reserved by the copyright holder. No part of Intelligent Ethics may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form, or by any means, electronic, mechanical, recording or otherwise, without the prior permission in writing of Luke Andreski. The concept, content, slogans, logo, trademark, miscellaneous applications and brand of Intelligent Ethics are the sole property of Luke Andreski and must not be used without his prior written permission.


Paperback out now!

December 13, 2017

My novel To The Bridge is now available as a paperback on Amazon!

It tells a story of obsessive love, marital heartbreak and eventual redemption, set against the backdrop of Isambard Kingdom Brunel’s wonderful suspension bridge here in Bristol. Isambard himself also puts in an appearance later in the novel.

This is definitely my best and most literary work so far, and I’d love it if you took a look….

The US link is www.amazon.com/Bridge-Luke-Andreski/dp/1973473127

The UK link is www.amazon.co.uk/Bridge-Luke-Andreski/dp/1973473127

Feedback would be very welcome!

To The Bridge - paperback cover Vs 1.0


Eskimo

May 18, 2014

I come to you like an Eskimo

On the last remaining ice floe

when the icecaps have gone

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I come to you like an astronaut

Who has lost contact with his ship

And floats towards the sun

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Displaced and disembodied

Alight with hope

 

 

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http://www.lukeandreski.com


Some light protection for The Book of Nine

May 11, 2014

Book of Nine Copyright Statement

“The Book of Nine” title, content and concept, the Slavic future-medieval setting and the nine gods theme are the intellectual copyright of Luke Andreski.

Luke Andreski has also asserted his right under the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988 to be identified as the author of The Book of Nine. All rights to publication, distribution or serialisation, in any form or in any media, are reserved by the copyright holder. No part of The Book of Nine may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form, or by any means, electronic, mechanical, recording or otherwise, without the prior permission in writing of Luke Andreski. Electronic copies may at some point be purchased from http://www.lukeandreski.com or Amazon but are sold for sole use only and must not be copied for the use of anyone other than the purchaser or as a once-only gift from the purchaser to one other person for their sole use. The concept, ideology, creed, philosophy, belief system, slogans, logo, trademark, games applications and brand of The Book of Nine are the sole property of Luke Andreski and must not be used without his prior written permission.

 

http://www.lukeandreski.com


DGB Short Film Competition 2014: Winner

February 7, 2014

A wonderful film by Erin Gaddi…



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Erin Gaddi wins the 2014 Dark Green Books Short Film Competition!

 

Announcing the winner of the 2013 Dark Green Books Short Film and Video competition: the powerful film How To Be Happy, filmed and directed by American film maker Erin Gaddi.

How To Be Happy is a slow burning, evocative and thought provoking work which powerfully elaborates the book by the same title by the author Luke Andreski.

The film can be watched on YouTube via the link http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tHst40bbO00. Please take a look, ‘like’ and comment!

The competition is on hold for 2014 but will be back with new works by new authors in 2015.

http://www.darkgreenbooks.com

 

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