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Politics for a mature species …

Protecting the working class from the pathologically wealthy (the 1%) is a fairly obvious political goal, but having seen several people switch camps (1% to other 1%, and vice versa) due to their changing circumstances, the rational conclusion is that human nature is vulnerable to both temptations, and is either unaware of its own selfish … Continue reading Politics for a mature species … The post Politics for a mature species … appeared first on pjf.

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children, debt, denial, education, pathological wealth, politics, psychology, sociology,
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Conspicuously Absent from UK Election

Conspicuously Absent from UK Election 1) 300,000 UK children are severely impacted by parental alcohol problems. 3,000,000 have less severe impact. Social workers can’t cope. This is a job for the army. 2) Excessive wealth is used to recreate slavery through the monopoly of ‘property’ and the resultant inflated rents and house prices. 3) The … Continue reading Conspicuously Absent from UK Election The post Conspicuously Absent from UK Election appeared first on pjf.

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children, economics, pathological wealth, politics, psychology, sociology,
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Protest votes in politics – best outcome: sociology psychology education

Given that Trump and Clinton both serve the pathologically wealthy, who chose, in effect, both candidates, the best possible outcome to the protest votes, which have made Donald Duck the president of USA and exited Little England from the civilising and cooperative possibilities of Europe, is that the protest voters become a little more conscious. … Continue reading Protest votes in politics – best outcome: sociology psychology education The post Protest votes in politics – best outcome: sociology psychology education appeared first on pjf.

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education, fantasy, hope, politics, psychology, sociology,
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more wealth = less empathy

In everyday language, the rich care less about the less fortunate, in fact they seem to be practically invisible.With sufficient (unbiased) experience of life, this is fairly obvious, but well designed recent research demonstrates the fact very clearly. Full story in news format: science shows the richer you get the less you pay attention to … Continue reading more wealth = less empathy The post more wealth = less empathy appeared first on pjf.

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empathy, pathological wealth, popular science, psychology, sociology,
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How immigrant voices make democracy stronger

In politics, representation matters — and that’s why we should elect leaders who reflect their country’s diversity and embrace its multicultural tapestry, says Sayu Bhojwani. Through her own story of becoming an American citizen, the immigration scholar reveals how her love and dedication to her country turned into a driving force for political change “We … Continue reading How immigrant voices make democracy stronger The post How immigrant voices make democracy stronger appeared first on pjf.

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books, democracy, immigration, psychology, sociology, video,
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slowest lessons to learn

psychology/sociology – from the point of view of a 360 year old non-feeding vampire. What are the slowest lessons to learn? The answer is easy, the details aren’t! Patience and wisdom. A 360 year old non-feeding vampire is still on the journey, and probably will never ‘arrive’ at this desirable destination … For example, the … Continue reading slowest lessons to learn The post slowest lessons to learn appeared first on pjf.

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denial, fiction, hope, psychology, sociology, symbolic, TibestianUndead, wisdom,
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The Second Book of Job – poem

The Second Book of Job Darkness Past F is for fear the steps lead down through cobwebs and damp to a tomb underground through memories lost embedded in ice trials and torments from lovers of vice all that destroy you those icons of lethargy feed their projections on unconscious envy all that control you say love … Continue reading The Second Book of Job – poem The post The Second Book of Job – poem appeared first on pjf.

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alchemy, empathy, gardens, hope, humanism, institutional mind, meaningful poems, poems, politics, psychology, sociology, spirit, wisdom,
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Inherited wealth – Jens Beckert

Now available on offer at $35.58 in paperback format, this sociological study of wealth across the generations is a useful introduction for those of us that didn’t begin life in a castle! THE CONTENTS: ACKNOWLEDGMENTS vii Chapter 1: Introduction 11.1 Inheritance and Modern Society 11.2 Social Dimensions of Inheritance Law 12 Chapter 2: The Right … Continue reading Inherited wealth – Jens Beckert The post Inherited wealth – Jens Beckert appeared first on pjf.

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books, capital, democracy, featured, matrix, pathological wealth, politics, sociology,
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