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Jordan Peterson on Finding a Voice

  The writer has a sense that she and Jordan might see some fundamental things differently….and she is pretty much word for word with him on this, although (at least sometimes) she might say it with softer energies these days…. … Continue reading

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Lauren Southern on Feminism and Equality

The point she is making feels like an important one. The writer would say that we have a deep, primary need to belong….Outcomes tend to bleak for those of us unable to meet this need adequately. Few would perhaps argue … Continue reading

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Disorderly Conduct – Charles Eisenstein

http://charleseisenstein.net/disorderly-conduct/ Magnificent piece by Charles Eisenstein.¬†Charles transmutes a painful personal experience into a beautiful exposition of the cultural and psychological issues it raises:- ‘the presumption that legally constituted authority should decide what is an acceptable level of safety for oneself … Continue reading

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