Category Archives: Society and ethics

Human interactions large and small

phs9: Managing the World in the 21st Century

The intent of world management is not to eliminate the savage side of mankind—which would destroy the noble-savage human being—but to tame and direct it. Continue reading

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Best (and Worst) Countries To Be Born – 2013

10 best countries to be born… 2013 Continue reading

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Election Fraud 2012

What’s transpired here in the States since the year 2000 will probably go down in history as the most outrageous and most bizarre example of election fraud ever…. Continue reading

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phs8: The Economy

Modern economics is far too complex and unwieldy to explore in depth in a single article… or even in a single book. So… what I’ll do here is to quickly strip economics to its natural core, present a simple ratio that will provide a foundation for a stable economics of the future, and then flesh out the framework. I’ll weave in some modern economic concepts along the way, to keep things in perspective. Continue reading

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phs7: Regulation

Insight is the key to good decisions… and insight comes not from the brain and physical mind, but from the finer spirit within. It’s more an intuitive thing, not so much a rational thing. Continue reading

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phs6: Education

I’ve long believed that the main role of education should be to strengthen our noble side and to teach us how to contend with our savage qualities, starting at a young age and continuing into adulthood. Foster good will and trust among children, help adolescents deal with their hormones and egos, help everyone to understand their basic spiritual nature in contrast with their carnal human nature…. Continue reading

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phs5: The Spirit of Society

I’ve always found comparisons between people and body cells… between society and the human body… to be both fascinating and insightful. The only trouble is… Humans are not body cells! Continue reading

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phs3: Military

Don’t give in to fear, though… as the US has been doing since the 9/11 attack on the World Trade Center. There are too many other important things in life to spend the government budget on. Noble things…. Continue reading

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phs2: Privatization and the Public Good

We’re noble-savage creatures in a rough world in which life kills life to survive, so politics gets complicated here on Earth. We don’t always have a clear idea about whether government is a good thing or a bad thing… a facilitator of public safety and stability, or an obstruction to human affairs. Continue reading

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Politics and the Human Spirit 1: Introduction

Government and political systems… play a huge role in determining to what degree a society enjoys peace and prosperity on one hand… or crime, war, and civil unrest on the other….Our noble side is fueled by timeless ethereal forces deep within us, and our savage side is fueled largely by the hormones and egos that have been hard-wired into our physical bodies and brains and egos that have been hard-wired into our physical bodies and brains. Continue reading

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