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Parental Love versus Romantic Love

PARENTAL LOVE AND ROMANTIC LOVE ARE EVER SO DIFFERENT FROM ONE ANOTHER. For instance, there is the indisputable reality that a mother can start loving her child even before she has given birth to that child. By contrast, an analogous … Continue reading

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Fitting-In Versus Being Rational: Reflections on Human Nature

For all the talk about the capacity for rationality that is the defining feature of human beings, the reality is that fitting-in has tremendous significance among human beings. Indeed, from the standpoint of evolutionary theory, it is arguable that fitting-in has more weight than rationality. Continue reading

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Behavior is the Mirror of the True Self

The actual saying is as follows: Behavior is the Mirror in which All Individuals Show Their True Image I must say that I absolutely love the above saying, which comes from the TV-show Criminal Minds.  It is very difficult for me … Continue reading

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Trustworthiness and Self-Knowledge

There is an ever so profound sense in which being trustworthy is a moral gift from the heart that we give others. Knowing that we are trustworthy is a most majestic form of self-knowledge. Continue reading

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Liberalism as the Anchor of Black Self-Deception

The rioting and destructive behavior on the part of blacks in the face of wrongful treatment is a deep, deep sign of the horrific paternalism that blacks have experienced at the hands of many white liberals. For to believe in another is to encourage that person to forge ahead even in the face of the experience of wrongdoing. Continue reading

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