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If you can’t rectify Democracy, at least Respect your Individuality

Democracy has fallen hostage to Manipulation Democracy is the modern-day ideal government formation. Those who adopt the concept of a democratic state are considered progressive. Democracy, to the 21st-century citizen, is the ultimate achievement of...
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Political Authority and Power: the fundamental determinant of modern Public Health outcome

An in-depth look into the moral principles of legitimizing severance between Individual Rights in defiance of Personalized Healthcare. Power and authority are often used synonymously to demonstrate one’s ability to sway public discourse as well...
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What Do Lessons from the Industrial Revolution Have to Tell Us Today?

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A historical reversal of direction underway? The nineteenth-century influenced the social-political and economic development of human life on earth in vibrant living color. Not! The nineteenth-century industrial revolution produced dreary over-crowded unsanitary conditions for human...
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Understanding My White Father in 8 Minutes

Because he loves minute-answers to complicated questions (not). “I’m not good in the morning,” my father says, raising his voice. I had just started gushing to him about the latest scandal in the morning papers....
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What is the Meaning of “Capitalism” and Other Out-Moded Terms?

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The true history of eleventh-century civilization is a source of inspiration for contemporary apocalypse dramas. After five centuries of living in danger and uncertainty, walls were built around the town, so that the populous could...
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Will Pokemon Cards Become the Latest Commodity Craze

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Gamification, scarcity, and The Greater Fool Theory Pokemon cards have been on fire lately. While Gamestop hasn’t quite made it to the moon, a 1st Edition Holo Charizard Card, the gold standard for Pokemon trading...
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The Link Between Consumerism And Productive Societies

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Why consumerism and productivity go hand-in-hand, everything has a price Consumerism is seen as a negative trend in most of today’s society. Because the behavior is associated with being pretentious, greedy, or even mindless. It...
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ML Shakespeare

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Can algorithms interpret the works of Shakespeare in depth? That marketing experts rely on AI no longer raises eyebrows. Machine learning has also earned the respect of health professionals. Today’s banking could not even function...
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Migration manipulation

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The 353 pages of the U.S. Citizenship Act draft offer nothing new. The proposed bill merely tweaks our faulty immigration policy that has resulted in massive illegal immigration. For example, let us take page 281,...
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Critically, Identity is a given Trait trivial to Personal Preference

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The Clash between who we are and how we Label ourselves: ‘Identity Crisis.’ Human Trait is a distinguishing characteristic; some are related to genetically determined elements, and others typically pertain to environmental factors such as cultural...
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Lewis Mumford, A Thinker for the Ages Tells a Tale Of Cities Since the...

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The Medieval Religiously Centered City My Dad often spoke about his admiration for Lewis Mumford (October 19, 1895 — January 26, 1990) but I had never read Mumford and so when I saw a paper...
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Greener Pastures – Humans Move Rather Than Solve Their Problems

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We resist solving problems we create. History illustrates our tendency to leave rather than solve problems. It reveals the flaw in our species highlighting our inability to alter our behavior and thought in light...
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Emotional Robots

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Is it possible for machines to feel anger, fear or joy and recognize such emotions in people? We can consider the well-known feeling of fear to be the product of evolution. It is there to...
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The Future Landscape of Work and its new dynamics

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WHY NEW TECH & COVID MIGHT PUSH YOU OUT OF YOUR REMOTE WORK JOB INTRO: 47 IS KILLING! In a 2017 study two scholars, Carl Benedikt Frey and Michael A. Osborne from Oxford University, suggest 47...
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Korea’s AI·VR Smart Museums in 2021

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Korea's Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism recently announced that they selected 104 art museums for its '2021 Smart Museum' initiative. 86 public and 18 private museums will provide visitors with experience infused with...
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Politics of Licensing and Certification

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The Decades’ old Partisan instrument of Control of Scholars The purpose of licensing and certification that we see today dawns on establishing some form of professional quality and safety standards for goods and services furnished...
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When Did We Begin Worshiping War?

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Who we are is revealed by what we do and act. We Americans believe we are peace-loving and abhor war. However, our history suggests something different. When did we begin worshiping war? Maybe the...
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Reporting the News

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Access to factual information is critical for democracy. Control of information by a few is detrimental. Removing news from a profit-driven system is essential. Creating independent outlets free of profit-driven corporate control is vital...
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The New Humanitarianism; the modish Collective Consciousness

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A transformed Humanitarian concept from the Grassroots Public to Political Globalization Humanitarianism is a heated sentiment in the merit of human existence. It is the state of harmony where human beings exercise compassion by providing...
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The Kids Are Alright: Why Gen-Zs Front-runners will Succeed, Because of the Odds

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You’ve probably heard some variation of the following phrase: “hard times create strong men, strong men create good times, good times create weak men, and weak men create hard times.”  Countless philosophers, writers, psychologists, and...