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Symposium–detours of destiny

| December 15, 2015 | 0 Comments
Symposium–detours of destiny

Socrates (470-399 B.C.) was a famous Greek philosopher from Athens, who taught Plato, and Plato taught Aristotle, and Aristotle taught Alexander the Great. Socrates used a simple but cleverly profound method of teaching by asking penetrating, revelatory, and psychologically probing questions. The Greeks called this form Dialectic – starting from a thesis or question, then […]

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Symposium–He loved me enough to be late

| December 7, 2015 | 0 Comments
Symposium–He loved me enough to be late

Socrates (470-399 B.C.) was a famous Greek philosopher from Athens, who taught Plato, and Plato taught Aristotle, and Aristotle taught Alexander the Great. Socrates used a simple but cleverly profound method of teaching by asking penetrating, revelatory, and psychologically probing questions. The Greeks called this form Dialectic – starting from a thesis or question, then […]

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The Negro Project and Margaret Sanger’s proto-Nazism

| December 6, 2015 | 0 Comments
The Negro Project and Margaret Sanger’s proto-Nazism

“We prefer the policy of immediate sterilization, of making sure that parenthood is immediately prohibited to the feeble-minded.” ~ Margaret Sanger, The Pivot of Civilization (1922) “The demand that defective people be prevented from propagating equally defective offspring is the most human act of mankind.” ~ Adolf Hitler, Mein Kampf (1925) Prologue: Margaret Sanger’s Negro […]

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Symposium–Satan, the blood is against you

| November 29, 2015 | 0 Comments
Symposium–Satan, the blood is against you

Socrates (470-399 B.C.) was a famous Greek philosopher from Athens, who taught Plato, and Plato taught Aristotle, and Aristotle taught Alexander the Great. Socrates used a simple but cleverly profound method of teaching by asking revelatory, psychologically probing questions. The Greeks called this form Dialectic – starting from a thesis or question, then discussing ideas […]

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Symposium–Tell the devil I changed my mind

| November 29, 2015 | 0 Comments
Symposium–Tell the devil I changed my mind

Socrates (470-399 B.C.) was a famous Greek philosopher from Athens, who taught Plato, and Plato taught Aristotle, and Aristotle taught Alexander the Great. Socrates used a simple but cleverly profound method of teaching by asking revelatory, psychologically probing questions. The Greeks called this form Dialectic – starting from a thesis or question, then discussing ideas […]

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Symposium–No more sheets

| November 18, 2015 | 0 Comments
Symposium–No more sheets

Socrates (470-399 B.C.) was a famous Greek philosopher from Athens, who taught Plato, and Plato taught Aristotle, and Aristotle taught Alexander the Great. Socrates used a simple but cleverly profound method of teaching by asking revelatory, psychologically probing questions. The Greeks called this form Dialectic – starting from a thesis or question, then discussing ideas […]

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Lady Macbeth, or Lady MacClinton–which is the real witch?

| November 15, 2015 | 0 Comments
Lady Macbeth, or Lady MacClinton–which is the real witch?

“Come, you spirits that tend on mortal thoughts, unsex me here, and fill me from the crown to the toe top-full of direst cruelty. Make thick my blood.” ~ Lady Macbeth “No. We just can’t trust the American people to make those types of choices … Government has to make those choices for people.” ~ […]

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Symposium–divine strategies

| November 15, 2015 | 0 Comments
Symposium–divine strategies

Socrates (470-399 B.C.) was a famous Greek philosopher from Athens, who taught Plato, and Plato taught Aristotle, and Aristotle taught Alexander the Great. Socrates used a simple but cleverly profound method of teaching by asking revelatory, psychologically probing questions. The Greeks called this form Dialectic – starting from a thesis or question, then discussing ideas […]

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Hitler’s judges: Roland Freisler and his U.S. progeny

| November 15, 2015 | 0 Comments
Hitler’s judges: Roland Freisler and his U.S. progeny

How many judges do you think resigned in the Third Reich? Three. Great respect, it seems to me, has to be given to people who resign rather than do something they think is morally wrong, in order to make a point.” ~Justice Anthony Kennedy “Justice Kennedy is holding up the Nazis as exemplars for the […]

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Symposium–puppet master

| November 8, 2015 | 0 Comments
Symposium–puppet master

Socrates (470-399 B.C.) was a famous Greek philosopher from Athens, who taught Plato, and Plato taught Aristotle, and Aristotle taught Alexander the Great. Socrates used a simple but cleverly profound method of teaching by asking revelatory, psychologically probing questions. The Greeks called this form Dialectic – starting from a thesis or question, then discussing ideas […]

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