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Is Covid-19 a Global Cult?

Is Covid-19 understood as global pandemic a medical truth based on proven facts or a corporate-governmental-media narrative based on inculcated fear and a plan for control? Continue reading

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Do Their Lives Matter?

Do their lives matter? This is another of my “workarounds” because of censorship on Facebook and elsewhere. Continue reading

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Philosophers and Social Media: A Comment

Those who read last week’s note will probably say, “Wow, that was a short break!” This is a comment, though, not a stand-alone essay like many of its predecessors. This despite it’s getting longer than I intended. Should philosophers “do” social … Continue reading

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