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Thoughts on “Democratic vanguardism” and the need to force things to happen – revealing a failing of the democratic condition

Here is a thought I had: There is something which I often jokingly call “Democratic vanguardism”.  Basically, this amounts to trying to force things to happen so that they will go according to the theory of Democracy.  In this way, … Continue reading

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Thoughts on consumerism – aspects of its qualities, its importance, and its effects

Here’s a thought I had: I have always felt that consumerism has been under rated.  It seems, to me, that consumerism has been one of the most important creations in the past several hundred years.  I think its actually had … Continue reading

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Thoughts on inequality as the natural order of society

In a recent conversation I said something interesting: I was mentioning how I was noticing an increase in the extremes of society.  I speak primarily of how much people make.  Just where I live I know guys in their 40’s … Continue reading

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Thoughts on a response to my article, “Thoughts on matriarchial societies: Africa, slavery, and rebuilding – the effects of non-organized society”- The ‘female as saint and saviour’ myth

I received a reply to one of my articles (“Thoughts on matriarchial societies: Africa, slavery, and rebuilding – the effects of non-organized society“) that was quite interesting.  I’m not sure who sent it (it really doesn’t matter) but I wish to … Continue reading

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Thoughts on the myth of America’s economy – the ‘post WWII boom’

I am no expert on economy but I was always under the impression that the U.S. has developed something of a myth about its own economy.  This myth, unfortunately, has become part of its national identity, which  means it will … 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  It’s so new that most of our conceptions of things are outdated and useless in explaining it.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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