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inventive Director: Pedro Inoue
Micah White on a possible way forward for activism
Mikkel Borch-Jacobsen at the hazards of bipolar medications
Manfred Max-Neef on barefoot economics
David Orrell questions the mythology in the back of neoclassical economics
We ask “What is normal?”

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If its constituent parts are continually changing, then it cannot be the same thing. Further, since your constituent parts are likewise continually changing, in what sense is it even the same you the second time? That is to say, and this is radical enough, Heraclitus seems to believe that in a continually changing world, there is no such thing as identity, meaning some essential properties that remain constant and by which we understand an object as the thing that it is. ” If Heraclitus implies such a view, Nietzsche comes right out and states it: “Heraclitus too did the senses an injustice.

War Room. The problem is that Dr. Strangelove is completely mad. Having watched Germany’s conquerors come begging to him on their knees, Dr. ” But instead of just the Jews, as the Germans had planned, virtually everyone will be exterminated. Only a select few—beautiful women and American military men—will be moved underground to wait out the nuclear holocaust, when they will once again take up the Nazi agenda of building a master race. 24 Elizabeth F. Cooke Mandrake and General Ripper Dr. Strangelove begins with Ripper’s execution of Plan R and ends with World War III, but in between, the film tells the story of how those in power attempt to prevent this one little accident from having disastrous consequences.

Understanding the Enemy 25 Mandrake: No. No, I don’t know what it is, no. Ripper: Do you realize that fluoridation is the most monstrously conceived and dangerous Communist plot we have ever had to face? [Gunfire comes through the window] Mandrake is facing a madman. He desperately wants to believe that there is some meaning to it all—some reason why Ripper started a nuclear holocaust. But no rational explanation is given. ” In a sense, we can understand the causality at work in Ripper’s beliefs about fluoridated water.

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