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A Difficult Application
It is unfortunate that a multiplicity of the issues which are uppermost in the mind of mankind, and have been for thousands of years, defy specific and pragmatic definitions. 3,884 more words
With a consistent influx of scientific discoveries, it becomes inevitable that a burst of technological breakthroughs would be upon us. And with these breakthroughs, change is brought to the forefront as the most influential of actions. 770 more words
As you know, it’s Thursday, the day we read your letters.
Today I was fortunate enough to receive the following comment on my ancient post “On Feminism and I Blame The Patriarchy,” from alert reader MagicUnicornMark. 292 more words
The Emperor – Gentleman Rule 15: Self-Control
The ability we possess to control ourselves is a highly valuable trait among the human race, one that greatly separates us from our more primal ancestors. 257 more words
Oh yes. It’s that time again, and the gloves are off, and the wisdom teeth are out. First up, some epigraphs.
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Most people who survive a devastating disaster want the opposite of a clean slate: they want to salvage whatever they can and begin repairing what was not destroyed; they want to reaffirm their relatedness to the places that formed them.