Category Archives: understanding

Philosophically talking socialism

Philosophically talking, can socialism be taken as the most advanced and ideal political concept just because it’s the newest and latest in emergence, following the idea that humans become smarter in time? [ 16/4/20 ] No. The core idea of … Continue reading

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Comments on Siouxsie Wiles’ post on Covid 19

I Shared Siouxsie Wiles’ post on Covid 19 Siouxsie Wiles: About those cries of ‘over-reaction’ on NZ’s Covid-19 response [ 15/4/20 Mark responded with accusations of “it’s just a flu”] If you look at the USA, they are taking rather … Continue reading

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Foundations of Logic – Wealth

[ 15/4/20 Reply to Dirk’s comment to Mark’s post on Foundations of Logic – to George Monbiot’s quote “If wealth was the inevitable result of hard work and enterprise then every woman in Africa would be a millionaire”] Yes, and … Continue reading

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Video – A letter from the virus

Ngaio’s Facebook link to Video – A letter from the virus. [ 13/4/20 ] We need to become very conscious of everything in this video, and we also need to be cautious about over simplifying complex systems. We need to … Continue reading

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JBP Study group – tips on the process they naturally follow to formulate an argument

JPB study group – Crene Sutherland – … “Does anyone have any tips on the process they naturally follow to formulate an argument.”… [ 13/4/20 ] Lots of good beginnings in other sets of advice. It is complex and time … Continue reading

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Reply to a Facebook post by David Whyte on Hiding

A facebook post by David Whyte on hiding [ 13/4/20 ] Yes. And one needs to be alert for new sorts of predators. In New Zealand there were no land based mammalian predators (other than two tiny species of bats), … Continue reading

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Changing the world

Quora – When will I learn that I can’t change the world? [ 12/4/20 ] Changing the world is just like eating an elephant – one bite at a time. Like Makayla says – start with yourself. Start small. The … Continue reading

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