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In "Mankofit" I Trust!

Who do you trust on social media, on any platform or combination of platforms? Focus on individuals rather than corporations. Reference some of their social media content. 902 more words

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Daoist Morality: A Critique of the Civilized Barbarian

Session 4 — Daoism, Stoicism, and Christianity: Comparative Critiques

David W. Black, Ph.D.
Professor of Philosophy & Asian Studies
The University of Scranton
David.black@scranton.edu 313 more words



I think with King most folks get the rhyme wrong:
He’s left so many signs that tell his mind.
What joy it is to sing his simple song! 135 more words

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During the last three years of his life, Martin Luther King, Jr., was making some changes in his approach to realizing his vision of the beloved community. 731 more words

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Any representation of Martin Luther King, Jr., will always be hopelessly inadequate in my estimation—so enamored of the real deal am I!  I think the enactment by David Oyelowo is less than satisfactory; I feel he does not really capture the emotional intelligence, pathos, and warmth of personality that was Martin.  666 more words

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Freedom of Expression? Yes!

The Bill of Rights sets the example for all democracies and wannabes around the world.  It was a revolution in personal freedoms and restrictions on government theretofore, and since that time it has enabled many individuals and groups to promote the good and dissent against injustice throughout the country. 670 more words

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Lies and Myths

Aren’t kids in elementary school, or before, taught lying is wrong? Is that social convention or morality? Is lying always wrong? If you’re lying to protect the Underground Railroad, for example, then I’m going to go with… 1,093 more words

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