Daily Archives: May 27, 2014

A Theoretical Basis For Democracy

For several years, I had a long-running argument with my father about the question of government. For very deeply-held reasons on both sides, he viewed anything that was a participatory government as being a sign of “demonocracy” or some other … Continue reading

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May You Live An Interesting Life

I once read of a curse, which is not something I normally do, which says, “May you live an interesting life.” This particular phrase itself has an interesting history. Interesting as a word is a dangerously vague word, and its … Continue reading

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