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Kerim , March 26th, 2018
In Part I, I explored how Hobbes’s myth was a kind of science fiction story designed convince his readers to end the English Civil War by accepting peace…
Kerim , March 22nd, 2018
It is common to meet people who believe that much of the world is beset by “tribalism” and that the only thing holding back the chaos of a…
The Familiar Strange , March 18th, 2018
This month, Julia (1:12) prompts us to think about ‘vaping’ e-cigarettes as a clinical compromise for smokers with schizophrenia. Having observed this strategy to be effective in the…
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Rex , February 28th, 2018
The Black Panther movie has been out for a little bit now, and posts both pro and con have been circulating on the Internet (Kerim has a quick…
Anthropology365 , February 19th, 2018
Nearly three decades ago, my grandfather took me to the local pharmacy in Broadway, NC to get ice cream (it had an ice cream bar!). While there, I…