Monthly Archives: August 2019

Address Identity Politics not Morality to Fix Today’s Polarization

Nietzsche contends that power-relations are at the basis of all social institutions. Ideologies are the principal and most cost-effective means whereby the mass of humanity is, and always has been, manipulated and controlled by its leaders. Ideologies all utilize morality … Continue reading

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Bread and Circuses Are Important for Stability in the Community

 “Panem et circenses” or “bread and circuses”, observes the Roman satirical poet Juvenal (55-140 AD) are the only remaining cares of a Roman populace which has given up its birthright of political freedom. The life of Juvenal coincided with one … Continue reading

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Connecting Ideologies to Understand the Dark Path to Fascism

Understanding power requires analysis of shifting ideologies. Power is the ability to get an individual to behave or not to behave in a particular manner and the ability to achieve one’s goals while denying others access to the same. Modern … Continue reading

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