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Analysis Without Synthesis Makes The World Fall Apart

Piet Keizer (2015), Analysis Without Synthesis Makes The World Fall Apart, Essays on Multidisciplinary Economics, 1, 2015; http://www.Pietkeizer.com

 Introduction

The history of scientific method is characterized by many methodological divides. 2,181 more words

Multidisciplinairy Economics

Infinite

Reality in its infinite possibilities and the belief that
the power of thought controls the paradigm we are in.

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PROGRESSING PAST THE LEFT AND RIGHT

Anyone who knows anything about politics in the 21st century is well aware that the left and right are two arms belonging to the same body and that neither should be used as a frame of reference for what is right and wrong; not only because in practice they both operate to serve the almighty dollar first and foremost but also because labels alone are stereotypes and can be viewed negatively in themselves without considering what they represent. 471 more words

Together, we created this...

Once upon a time, life on earth was very difficult and our main priority was to survive. The most successful people were probably better at killing, fighting and stealing than the average Joe. 448 more words

Don't Mess With The [Dr.] Zohar...or Purposely Do

Why am I Jewish? Is it because my parents are or because I have Israeli family? Is it because I used to do shabbat dinners once in a while or because I have an innate desire to help others? 964 more words

Israel

Paradigm Signs “The Incident’s’ Isaac Ezban (EXCLUSIVE)

Scribe-helmer Isaac Ezban, director of “The Incident” and “The Similars,” two elevated psychological sci-fi movies that establish Ezban as an distinctive voice on the Hispanic auteur genre scene, has been signed by Paradigm Talent Agency for representation. 394 more words

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There is a sleepy little town near the middle of Minnesota, at the northern edges of what is known in America as the “Midwest” where a million memories traverse back and forth through my daily thoughts, mostly at random but once in a while in response to direct summation. 1,472 more words