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February 2011: Implications of Projected Realities in the Middle of a Long Winter

when the inner situation is not made conscious, it happens outside as fate. That is to say, when the individual remains undivided and does not become conscious of his inner contradictions, the world must perforce act out the conflict and … Continue reading

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Universalism at Work, A Nice Idea

“Where we are fighting a tyrant, we are all universalists. We are immediately in solidarity with each other. That’s how you build universal solidarity … it’s the struggle for freedom. Here we have a direct proof that a) freedom is … Continue reading

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More About Stories

The problem with stories is they can be powerful whether they are true or not. Unfortunately there are many untrue and manipulative stories coming out in the commentaries made by certain pundits about the dangers of democracy in Middle East and Northern … Continue reading

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We Can Do Better Than This.

I am watching the unfolding situation in Egypt with a combination of empathy and shame. As a believer in individual freedoms and open democracy I hope that the Egyptians are able to make some of this happen in their country. … Continue reading

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