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    Limits & Straw Men

    …in order to draw a limit to thinking we should have to be able to think both sides of this limit (we should therefore have to be able to think what cannot be thought). Wittgenstein, Ludwig. Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus (Chiron Academic Press – The Original Authoritative Edition) . Wisehouse. Kindle Edition. Those words above inspired me, […] More

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    Bias

    One very important skill to have, is that of spotting bias. Bias is “to mean a preference for one thing over another, especially an unfair one.” The notion of unfairness brings up its own bias, but we can get the general idea that when someone has a preference for one thing over another, it is […] More

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    Conversational Control

    “Let me learn you something big,” a great quote, from a great movie. In all my life experiences perhaps the best advice I have is for those who are being controlled. Conversational control is a very powerful element that is often found in group modalities and hive-mind constructs. This is a utility that takes away […] More

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    Attacking with Context

    From time to time I hear or see a podcast, blog or television editorial that takes on a subject with the greatest of derision. With both barrels the subject is laid waste by the speaker/author, who issues confusion as to why such a philosophy began in the first place. This is the error of Attacking […] More

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    What is ForcePower?

    One’s potential is rooted in one’s ability to think clearly. By this I mean that one has the ability to structure thought in a logical, reasoned manner and through this venture can arrive at the proper conclusions to fit one’s modality of life. This is our power, and the expression of that power is its […] More