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Branding lessons from Aristotle to Matti Leshem

Consumers make the brand. But the way they do so changes over time. Much has been written about how products and services can win buyers’ attention and loyalty. 374 more words

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Transgenderism is Antifeminism

“The female is a female by virtue of a certain lack of qualities; we should regard the female nature as afflicted with a natural defectiveness.” – Aristotle…

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Aristotle and His “Ideas”

         

Aristotle was one of the most significant Greek philosophers. He was one of the first to systematize philosophy and science. Many of the concepts and much of the language of western philosophy derives from him. 641 more words

Western Civilization 1

Informative only: Aristotle and His “Ideas”

Aristotle was one of the most significant Greek philosophers. He was one of the first to systematize philosophy and science. Many of the concepts and much of the language of western philosophy derives from him. 344 more words

Western Civilization 1

Facts, 360 B.C.-A.D. 2012 By Rex Huppke

Originally appearing in the Chicago Tribune in April 2012

A quick review of the long and illustrious career of Facts reveals some of the world’s most cherished absolutes: Gravity makes things fall down; 2 + 2 = 4; the sky is blue. 893 more words

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Plato and Football

Should we teach Plato in gym class?  Yes, according to Mark Edmundson. “We’ve got to entertain the idea that the hunger for glory and even for supremacy is part of every individual. 45 more words

P3: What Am I?

Rubbish

I know art is in the eye of the beholder. Indeed, I’ve read that pre-1790 pretty much everyone painted and built in their country or culture’s accepted prevailing style. 169 more words

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