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On Human Nature and Political Ideologies

This paragraph in the “Human Nature” chapter of my Introduction to Philosophy textbook speared me, considering the turmoil before, during and continuing after our most recent elections.  It’s a long paragraph so bear with me.  I’ll split it at points … Continue reading

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Another Take on Income Inequality — L.E. Modesitt, Jr.

I can always count on Mr. Modesitt for my morning refresher course in human nature. Eight thousand years of repeating ourselves. You’d think we’d learn. Sometime around 7500 B.C., people began building clustered mud-brick houses at Catalhoyuk, Turkey. According to … Continue reading

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Article: The 10 Most Important Theories of Why We Make War

The 10 Most Important Theories of Why We Make War http://io9.com/the-10-most-important-theories-of-why-we-make-war-1550133753 War … what is it good for? Absolutely nothing? Ten theories on why war. Posted from WordPress for Android via my Samsung smartphone. Please excuse any misspellings. Ciao, Jon

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