Daily Archives: March 12, 2020

On The Asymmetry Of Predator Love: Part Two

Previously, we discussed the definition of predator love and discussed how it may be defined in general as the objectification and use of things or people as a means of gratifying one’s own hunger, longings, and desires.  In doing so … Continue reading

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Book Review: World War I: The African Front

World War I:  The African Front:  An Imperial War On The African Continent, by Edward Paice In a way, this book does not quite live up to its title.  To be sure, it is a very good book about World … Continue reading

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Book Review: World War I: Opposing Viewpoints

World War I:  Opposing Viewpoints, edited by William Dudley I must say that I like the Opposing Viewpoints series as a whole, and have often enjoyed its takes on various subjects of personal interest [1], and this book is no … Continue reading

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Book Review: World War I: The Western Front

World War I:  The Western Front, by Nicola Barber It is intriguing to see just how many relatively basic books exist about World War I.  In my experience World War I is not generally well known or well-remembered, and yet … Continue reading

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