I kind of think that’s the central point that Bertrand Russell is making we mistakes and perhaps save humanity from the triumph of stupidity?. -Bertrand Russell. “The Triumph of Stupidity” () in Mortals and Others: Bertrand Russell’s American Essays, (Routledge. DMCA. The Triumph of Stupidity by Palmas Gran Canaria, Aplicaciones Numéricas En Ingeniería, Enrique Fernández Perdomo, To Sila, Bertrand Russell V.

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This is fascist crap. Short of an accidental nuclear holocaust, it seems rather unlikely that the current economic system will be undone anytime soon. Even having a Russian jet shot down by Turkey plays to his advantage in that respect.

This stupidiyt what happened in the West. What about Richard Dawkins? And did the protesters break any law? And haven’t they earned at least a little bit of the right to call themselves more rational than the person who has never even thought tue these terms for a single moment of their life?

For those who don’t speak German: All you have to is consider the reaction if Muslim Americans decided to use their 2nd ammendment rights to protest christian or jewish triump, whilst covering their forces and armed with semi automatic weapons.

This is because there is only one way to ensure human needs are met, and it isn’t technocratic anything. They are always present.

Hedges is never humorous.

I’d much rather their debates happened rather than live under Greek, Roman or Chinese systems. But you have to remember that in Switzerland, the people had to vote in this. Augustine and Aquinas were very original in many respects, but they quite rightly built on the best philosophical ideas that they knew of rather than starting from scratch just for the sake of it.


Those were hungry and dangerous times, and the people that survived were more impoverished both in the material and the intelectual sense than their forefathers, but survive they did. In the same year, Heidegger joined the Nazi party. The slander was justified, in my opinion. In short, it’s not confidence that led the thinkers of old to undoubting – it’s arrogance.

Alright, I give up the title. This particular part jumped out not least because the first sentence is highlighted: They certainly can be equally interesting for studies, but if we take a simple way to measure its effect on the human race by checking out how many books that are still read today have been written during these periods, you’ll see that ancient Greece and Rome and ancient China, and French enligthment have been periods of great fertility, while for the normally educated man it is hard to find more than 2 or 3 books from the Middle Age that are still read and having influence nowadays.

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The complexity of something that overlays or models a system should reflect the complexity of that thing. This means that the Republicans have not just an ideological reason to end any measures that improve public health but also a practical reason: The Russian interests are their access to the Mediterranean and following from that they want to aid their ally, the Assad regime, both clearly attainable military goals.

Dunning-Kruger in action on a grand berfrand. When we grow up, we think the world as it is now has always been that way.


I’m guessing the ones during the Enlightenment? And it’s not just different values that drives us. Yeah, I think so too but that’s just my position – but this is not a mathematical truth but a political position that requires constant backing up.

You should read Thomas Sowell’s “A conflict of visions”. People who were into truly unusual things in had no means of finding each other.

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Oh, and I forgot Switzerland. The philosophical radicals were a group of progressive thinkers who ran a journal that publicised Darwin and debated the rights of women and the trade ofs between lazzie-fair capitalism and socialist ideals see my links elsewhere. Were any of those cultures successful because of democracy? JabavuAdams on Dec 1, They either checked and protested anyway because it was never really about protesting but about intimidation or they did check, found their claim was false and protested anyway because protesting was always just a cover for intimidation.

How often does Rush Limbaugh take on his critics in an open debate? This, coupled with profit demands has led to a decline in journalistic standards. You can keep on going down the list.

Except if it’s a Republican idea, in which case it’s been carefully optimized to be wildly insane. How many of those movie stars who threatened to move to Canada have left?