Tag Archives: Sigmund Freud

A Clockwork Orange: Waiting for the Sun

By Doug “Uncola” Lynn Source: The Burning Platform Society should not do the wrong thing for the right reason, even though it frequently does the right thing for the wrong reason.  History has shown us what happens when you try … Continue reading

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Why War? Building on the legacy of Einstein, Freud and Gandhi

By Robert J. Burrowes In 1932, Sigmund Freud and Albert Einstein conducted a correspondence subsequently published under the title ‘Why War?’ See ‘Why War: Einstein and Freud’s Little-Known Correspondence on Violence, Peace, and Human Nature’. In many ways, this dialogue … Continue reading

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Are Babies Moral Beings?

By Leanne Italie, AP Are we naturally good or naturally evil? Cognitive scientist Paul Bloom argues in a new book that we’re both. In “Just Babies: The Origins of Good and Evil” (Crown), the developmental psychologist and Yale professor takes … Continue reading

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