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THURSDAY, JANUARY 06, 2011

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Freudian slips, oft they have been my demise. That slip of the tongue that lets the listener know my true intent, an intention of which I seldomly...

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Society has commercialized my fear and I'd like to regain mine back. With the onslaught of "Fear Factor"-esque programs on television, the constant...

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Both Hobbes and Socrates have strongly argued that citizens must obey the law. However, while Socrates focused more on virtues, Hobbes focused on a...

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Here's a test for you, I'm going to name an animal and you must not think about the animal for 10 seconds: Elephant. Are you still thinking of an e...

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For the sake of the following arguments, I'm only going to consider Anarchists as the polar opposite to Facists - or in looser terms, those who wan...

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If you stamp out a town's crops and run them into financial ruin, then either the survivors of attack will remember it and long to return to their...

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Thompson was a Gentleman. Not a gentleman, with a lowercase g. He was the type deserving of an uppercase - for not only was he a simple gentleman,...

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In The Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Capitalism, German economist Max Weber makes the case that capitalism arose as a result of Protestantism,...

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Matt, you wrote a good article and I agree with you. Corporations are unethical, and we ought to watch them closely and take heed to not become cor...

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This week's WordArc podcast, much to my delight, was a response to my article, "The Prostitution of Talent". The content of the response, much to m...
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