Category Archives: The ‘system’, ‘systemism’, and the power structure

Thoughts on a problem when I was a teenager and its relation with problems of teenagers nowadays

Here’s a thought I had (which is really a continuation of similar themes found in “Some thoughts I had while walking through a University campus: the revulsion in becoming a “systemite” and the “war for humanness”“0: Recently, I was talking to a … Continue reading

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Some thoughts I had while walking through a University campus: the revulsion in becoming a “systemite” and the “war for humanness”

Here’s a thought I had: Recently, I walked through the campus of the University of Utah, where I went for several semesters (see a previous article on similar issues called “Some thoughts on my experience at the University“).  It brought back many … Continue reading

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More thoughts on “the male exodus” – the importance of a world that is worth the effort or ‘world worth’

While thinking about “the male exodus” I made an interesting statement (I wrote an article on “the male exodus” called “Thoughts on “failing” boys and males “dropping out”: “the male exodus” . . . another account of the fight against dehumanization???” if you’re interested).   … Continue reading

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Thoughts on the ‘squashed mind’ – the impairing effects of formal education

Recently, I was discussing some interesting things about University trained people that brought on some interesting points (some of which I may of mentioned before): I first began by saying that I consider University trained people as ‘impaired’.  My experience is … Continue reading

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Thoughts on the ‘learning threats’ – a hidden tension in learning and education

In a recent conversation I mentioned something that was interesting.  I spoke of what I called the ‘learning threats’.  These are the various types of ‘threats’, given in public schools, Colleges, and Universities, that basically force people to have to learn … Continue reading

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Thoughts on the difference between ‘male work’ and ‘female work’

Recently, in a conversation, I mentioned ‘male work’ and ‘female work’.  This got me to thinking.  I have mentioned before that the male and female are different people with different traits (I spoke of similar things in an article I wrote called “Thoughts … Continue reading

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A reply to the question: “what type of government does the U.S. have”? – The rise of ‘government-by-policy’

Here’s an interesting thought: Recently, I’ve heard someone ask the question “what type of government does the U.S. have?”  Generally, the reply is a democracy or, sometimes, a republic.  These, to me, are generic and patriotic responses to something that … Continue reading

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Thoughts on the “male creation”

There is something which I keep calling the “male creation”.  This refers to the various creations the male has created throughout the centuries.  It’s actually become an amalgamation of many different forms of creations that, over time, has turned into … Continue reading

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Some initial thoughts on new perspectives in the interpretion of the ‘system’

The ‘system’ – that ultra organized controlling goliath of government, business, laws, consumerism, etc. – is something totally new.  It’s so new that most of our conceptions of things are outdated and useless in explaining it.  Most viewpoints are descriptive of … Continue reading

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Thoughts on the ‘System’ and ‘Systemism’

Way back in the 90’s I began to speak of something I called the ‘System‘.  I saw this as a big problem nowadays.  The ‘system’ is basically the makeup of all the organizations (like government, businesses, etc.), laws, technology, consumerism, … Continue reading

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