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Robert Muller
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I love to drag people out of the lethargy they have for their own lives in a whole range of ways!
I love to drag people out of the lethargy they have for their own lives in a whole range of ways!

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How a Ruthless Network of Super-Rich Ideologues Killed Choice and Destroyed People’s Faith in Politics: Neoliberalism - The Deep Story That Lies Beneath Donald Trump’s Triumph
F.A. Hayek, Mises Institute ( Wikipedia ) by George Monbiot, Evonomics: http://evonomics.com/ruthless-network-super-rich-ideologues-killed-choice-destroyed-peoples-faith-politics/ The events that led to Donald Trump’s election started in England in
1975. A...

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The Illusion of Community
4 types of community by A Williamson by Dave Pollard , How to Save the World: http://howtosavetheworld.ca/2017/02/18/the-illusion-of-community Much is being written these days, in
political, social, business and collapsnik circles, among others, about
com...

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Living Through the Greek Crisis: An Anthropologist Reports from Thessaly
Trikala Old Town. Daniel M Knight , CC BY-ND by Daniel M. Knight , University of St Andrews , The Conversation: https://theconversation.com/living-through-the-greek-crisis-an-anthropologist-reports-from-thessaly-73091 The prospect of another Greek crisis co...

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The Myth of the Alpha Leader is Destroying our Relationships - At Work and At Home
Does the suit really make the man? (Unsplash/Ben Rosett) by Danielle Teller , Quartz: https://qz.com/910561/the-myth-of-the-alpha-leader-is-destroying-our-relationships-at-work-and-at-home/ According to a Fox News article written by Suzanne Venker, women’s ...

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Is it Possible to be Too 'Nice' for Your Own Good?
Giving alms to the poor is often considered an altruistic action in many cultures and religions. (Photo credit: Wikipedia ) by Juliet Wakefield , Nottingham Trent University , The Conversation: https://theconversation.com/is-it-possible-to-be-too-nice-for-y...

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Zygmunt Bauman - In Memoriam
Dear reader, it
is with great sadness that we learned about the death of our long-time
author Zygmunt Bauman, who passed away yesterday at the age of
91. Our thoughts are with his family and friends. In
his memory, we would like to draw attention again t...

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Enough's Enough: Buying More Stuff Isn't Always the Answer to Happiness
dreamreader.net by Anthony James , Swinburne University of Technology : https://theconversation.com/enoughs-enough-buying-more-stuff-isnt-always-the-answer-to-happiness-70703 The average German household contains 10,000 items. That’s according to a study ci...

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INTERVIEW - Living Towards the Past: Zygmunt Bauman
Zygmunt Bauman (b. 1925), Polish philosopher ( Wikipedia ) by Zygmunt Bauman , Spiked: http://www.spiked-online.com/spiked-review/article/living-towards-the-past/ Zygmunt Bauman talks retrotopia and humanity's disillusionment with the future. Zygmunt Bauman...

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How Social Isolation Is Killing Us
Credit: Damon Winter/The New York Times by Dhruv Khullar , New York Times: http://www.nytimes.com/2016/12/22/upshot/how-social-isolation-is-killing-us.html My patient and I both knew he was dying. Not
the long kind of dying that stretches on for months or ...

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Drugs du Jour: LSD in the ’60s; ecstasy in the ’80s; ‘smart’ drugs today: how we get high reflects the desires and fears of our times
Wikipedia by Cody Delistraty, Aeon: https://aeon.co/essays/how-each-generation-gets-the-drugs-it-deserves   Cody is a writer
and historian based in New York and Paris. He writes on literature,
psychology and interesting humans. His work has appeared in Th...
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