Category Archives: Philosophy

Why are many liberal leaders being called socialists or communists and Conservative leaders fascists or authoritarians?

A two dimensional view of the political spectrum. April 19 2019 – Kevin Yaworski – Concerned Citizen Many political right and left wing supporters resorting to extreme views and opinions to try and make their points. Less and less importance … Continue reading

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Students Learn From People They Love

Opinion Putting relationship quality at the center of education. David Brooks By David Brooks Opinion Columnist Jan. 17, 2019 https://www.nytimes.com/2019/01/17/opinion/learning-emotion-education.html

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Citizen assemblies via sortition verses elections

Opinion January 11 2019 – Kevin Yaworski Reverting to citizens’ assemblies selected via sortition rather than election and with banishment or ostracizing of too-powerful politicians maybe the answer to many of the serious issues facing modern democracies and the public. … Continue reading

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Some parts of my journal and journey of life including public advocacy

Draft I am far from perfect and try to learn from others and improve myself. I get many personal thanks and kind words from people I help as a volunteer public advocate with a local community group. Some even volunteer … Continue reading

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Lack of critical thinking – a downward trend in the United States and elsewhere

Nov 4 2018 – Kevin Yaworski – Canadian and Global Citizen — Intellectual Thinking: Being More Aware! An intellectual is a person who engages in critical thinking, research, and reflection about society and proposes solutions for its normative problems. Some … Continue reading

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Newton’s Third Law of Child Rearing

For every parental lunacy there is an equal and opposite child lunacy.

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Why men fight, rape and kill

Mar 2, 2018 CBC As It Happens interview with Author Daemon Fairless who says he wanted to get at the root of male violent impulses — including his own — in his new book Mad Blood Stirring: The Inner Lives … Continue reading

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