Monthly Archives: November 2015

Objectivism

Let’s Take Objectivism Back from Ayn Rand Hi David, You have highlighted some of the failures of objectivism, and not others. Objectivism is based on a large set of assumptions, one of which is the notion of causality and the … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving

27-29 November 2015 ~ Question of the Day ~ Memorable Thanksgiving What’s your most Memorable Thanksgiving? If your country doesn’t have a “Thanksgiving Day” then you can answer: What ‘harvest’ from this year so far, are you most grateful for? … Continue reading

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Commercialism and celebrations – Superstition

24-26 November 2015 ~ Question of the Day ~ Commercialisation Do you think commercialization has adversely affected traditional celebrations even though it seems to have ensured their survival? If the retail industry had not commercialized traditional celebrations do you think … Continue reading

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Climate Change

Ailsa’s Climate change march poster I do not like the phrase: “that the human impact on climate change must be stopped.” I agree we have some real issues with climate change as the result of human actions, and we need … Continue reading

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And the World Goes ‘Round’

And the World Goes ‘Round’ Who was the last person you gifted with your undivided attention? Hi Laurie Ailsa The person I see most often 😉 And agree – communication is a huge part of existence, and sometimes being creative, … Continue reading

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Rabid Atheists

RABID UNTHINKING ATHEISTS, SJW MOBS, AND FAKE-LIBERAL THOUGHT COPS Giulio from Turing Church Hi Giulio, I agree with much you have written, and not all. I hold life and liberty as my highest values, in that order; and part of … Continue reading

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Human Swarming

Unanimous AI CEO Dr. Louis Rosenberg on Human Swarming Quite a few themes in here that have fascinated me for over 40 years. Q1 – To what extent is human thought controlled by the values of a market based system … Continue reading

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