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Trudeau has mostly the right idea on Freedom

Justin Trudeau’s Canadian style liberty goes in the right direction, but its success is not a matter of balance With a federal election to be held by October, a potentially damaging Senate scandal trial to begin in April, and the Canadian

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Posted in Canada, Human Rights, Politics, Terrorism

The dichotomy of Freedom (#NaBloPoMo Day 6)

The polar extremes of self and public/broad interest are especially distinct when applied to freedom Yesterday, amongst other things, I talked about how values can be paired as polar opposites on a continuum with a self interest basis on the

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Posted in 4D Framework themes, Economics, Human Rights

Corporations, slavery, and androids

One of the things I always appreciated about fiction, like an early Star Trek: The Next Generation (TNG) episode, is how it can create extreme situations by which questions about our lives, from the mundane to profound, can be explored. 

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Posted in Canada, Human Rights, Politics