If you are going to talk to people at all, make sure they are people you do not know and are foreign as regards your class, tribe or social milieu.
“Exi ergo, transgressor. Exi, seductor, plene omni dolo et fallacia, virtutis inimici, innocentium persecutor.”
Reading of the demise of renowned fund manager Neil Woodford, I was reminded of my deep capacity for destructive cynicism. … More
In the mental world, in our interior “reality” we can find whatever we want. Whatever we are looking for.
In the featured image, Leni Riefenstahl and a camera crew stand in front of Hitler’s car during the 1934 rally … More
Whether or not you win a conflict, something will have been lost.
Good on Gillette: it would be hard to deny that male aggression has played a vast and malignant role in our history.
Given the basic needs of life and in the absence of physiological abnormality, the solution is fairly simple. The trick … More
It seems so inordinately difficult to be a decent human, unless you were born that way.
Pavlov’s dog aside we do not expect, largely, to change the nature or behavior of an animal. Why should we expect to change our own?
The unknowing fool is one who does not know he does not know.
The legend of El Dorado, a fabulous golden city in South America, inspired many expeditions in the 16th Century in search of wealth and excess.
Is the internet a curse or a blessing? Used carefully, in my opinion it is a huge blessing.
I was wondering whether I really mean what I write? Or to turn it round another way, do I write what I mean?
Internet forums are the perfect place to understand the petty origins of conflict. The Troll must be studiously ignored.