Monthly Archives: December 2015

Friday Roundup (Belated)

“Which is the reality, and which the parody?”  Indeed.  Which?  And here is the interesting dilemma.  If one says that Caesar or the kingdoms of this world are the reality, then he must resolve himself to a concept of power … Continue reading

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Friday Roundup

An interesting proposal…The Prince of Peace comes at a most violent time in world history…Amen… The “powerful” in history are all just footnotes…and so shall it be as to the “powerful” now and in the future, amen. “You know that … Continue reading

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Friday Roundup (Belated)

The new white man’s burden… “Harris’ belief, doubtless genuine, that he is acting on behalf of ‘civilization’ is oddly reminiscent of the ‘White Man’s Burden,’ held by turn-of-the-century colonialists who saw themselves as civilizers making great sacrifices to bring progress … Continue reading

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A Moral Revolution

As to climate change, this essay gets to the heart of the problem.  Facts and information, by themselves, do not change people’s minds nor the practices of corporations or governments.  If it were a simple matter of education or knowing … Continue reading

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