In response to my posts about Deviant Philanthropy, Paul Brest, president of the Hewlett Foundation left a comment: “I agree with the premises of Sean’s post on deviant philanthropy, but I’m confused about what he thinks constitutes mainstream and deviance. My guess is that most WRITING about philanthropy in the past decade has advocated for […]
Category Archives: Deviant Philanthropy
What’s Deviant in Philanthropy?
September 22, 2010 – 8:38 am
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The Role of Deviant Philanthropy
September 16, 2010 – 8:53 am
In my post yesterday about “deviant philanthropy” I advanced the idea that deviance is an important element of successful communities. The reaction from readers was interesting. Some readers left comments disagreeing with what they thought was my advocacy of the “deviant” concepts that I suggested in the post. However, in my post I made clear […]
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