Monthly Archives: February 2013

Thoughts on the dilemma of law and politics nowadays

Here’s a thought I had: In the past some odd years I have found myself saying a statement that, I think, is interesting.  Basically, it amounts to this: “You never find me consulting the law or politics to find out the … Continue reading

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Thoghts on how the inherrently violent impulse is actually rare in people – the need for ‘prerequisites for violence’

I have always felt that there is a great myth about violence, that people are inherently violent.  By this, I mean that there is a belief that people want to kill or do acts of violence because of some innate need.  Humanity … Continue reading

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Thoughts on the absurd claims of feminists

Just recently, I heard of a number of claims from feminists that were absurd and appalling.  It seems that absurd and appalling are typical of many feminist claims . . . they practically define it.  In my life, I have never … Continue reading

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More thoughts on dehumanization and alienation – the ‘failed adaption culture’

I was discussing dehumanization and alienation some time ago when I mentioned something that I thought was interesting: The beginning of dehumanization and alienation is the condition where we live in a situation where our natural inclinations have no use.  It … Continue reading

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Thoughts on ‘gun control’ and violent impulses

Recently, there has been great debate about guns and ‘gun control’ . . . again.  There has been a lot of villanizing of guns and anyone who wants one, as if they intend to go around killing people with it.  This … Continue reading

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Some thoughts on the definition and qualities of art

The other day I got in a conversation with someone about the definition of art.  As I reflected on this I said some interesting things: ART AS EXPRESSION First of all, I felt that art was not a ‘thing’, like … Continue reading

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Thoughts on the desire to go and start shooting people

Every so often we all have thoughts that we don’t actually wish to happen and that bother us.  I speak of thoughts such as “I wish he were dead” or “I’d like to kill him” and such (they often are violent in nature).  These … Continue reading

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