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- No Dialectic Logic
"There is no dialectic logic. There are no higher thought forms. There is merely reflection which is wise enough to take account of the fluidity of its subject matter..." ~ Max Eastman The post No Dialectic Logic appeared first on Max Eastman.
Articles by Lucio Saverio-Eastman
Since 1996, Lucio has provided inspiration, support, and leadership for creative, technological, visual, and social media in the financial, publishing, education, music and entertainment, IT, and non-profit sectors.
- On the “Tyranny of Freedom”
"As the world begins to reopen, we should all take careful stock of the freedoms and liberties we have retained and ones we may have lost. Most importantly, however, we should shake off the hooks, lines, and sinkers of the world’s tyrants and enforcement sycophants to begin again with a fresh perspective." ~ Lucio Saverio Eastman
- Fifteen Signs You’re in an Abusive Relationship with the Government
"The use of fear and enforcement tactics to shut down dialogue and debate have never led to positive outcomes in any personal, societal, or global interactions." ~ Micha Gartz & Lucio Saverio-Eastman
- Pathological and Parochial Altruism in the Age of Fear
"A healthy altruism already resides in the concepts of liberty, free markets, free trade, and exchanges that are beneficial to each individual. If in the spirit of entrepreneurship, the defectors from the status quo, the disruptors and ingenious can rise up to challenge the “new normal” and break away from the cult of blind obedience and pathological altruism, then there is still hope." ~ Lucio Saverio Eastman
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- Why FTC’s Data Privacy Rulemaking is Probably Unconstitutional
"In light of Supreme Court precedent, Congress should take advantage of the opportunity to effectively reassert its power, and agencies should be cautious when seeking to vastly expand the scope of their authority." ~ Leslie Corbly
- Higher Education Used to Love Controversy
"It is tempting for state governments to mandate greater viewpoint diversity and the support of free expression in colleges, but, unless done sparingly and carefully, the cure may be worse than the disease." ~ Richard K. Vedder
- ALL RISE: Aaron Judge and Why It Matters
"Judge is an asterisk-free baseball hero whose accomplishments illustrate the connection between virtue and success in a way that can be instructive far outside sport." ~ Aeon J. Skoble
Friend told me that their job sent out a survey to employees as their main decider of bringing back a mask mandate.
As if we needed more proof that this sham is based on emotions and not data or science.
I’m out of patience for this puerile mollycoddling.
Today is the 2-year anniversary of the Great Barrington Declaration, an influential document originating from fringe medical experts groomed by a Koch-funded libertarian think-tank urging governments to embrace mass infection and “focused protection” as the path to herd immunity.