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Optimism To Abate Terrorism

I think that Active Philosophy needs optimism. The world needs optimism. We need to believe in decency. At the very least, we ought discount any notions of superiority. I’d like to assume that the majority of people in a stable environment … Continue reading

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Why Obama Matters

Egypt and global Islam – The battle for a religion’s heart I normally hate The Economist for its condescending, pro-capitalist slant – even this article shows the lengths that this publication is willing to go to present the “other” as … Continue reading

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North Korea

Why are they the enemy? Why is it wrong when they test missiles? The act of developing missiles itself is not wrong, because we ourselves do it. But when a poor nation tests weapons, this is wrong. An example: less … Continue reading

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Indifference To Race (In A Negative Sense)

“Ante todo no creo que lo ocurrido tuviera motivos particularmente racistas.  Es sólo que la cuestión no importaba demasiado.  Recuerde que él hablaba de lo sucedido en Ruanda en 1994, pero ya estado sucediendo durante años tanto en Ruando como … Continue reading

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