WHY WOULDN'T I GIVE MY CUSTOMERS CHOICE?
PHYSIOCRACY GOES DIRECT
By Dr PETER HIGGINS
Aussie on the spot
THERE IS NO PLACE LIKE CAVE
One of the tenets of human society is "L'histoire que se repete" or more colloquially; "Everything old is new again". Humans are creatures of habit and this can be supported physiologically by the fact that there have been no anatomical or physiological changes in our neo cortex for 35,000 years. In those days we were living in caves, hunting animals for food only, living in small close knit communities with common goals and interlinked similarities, reacting, communicating and interacting on a one to one basis, living subsistently and using our instincts as our main source of decision making. More of Essay
Peter Higgins going for Bush Tucker. Peter is a regular guy really, as well as Australian Rugby Legend and Digital Age Entrepreneur.
On Ethics by Thomas R. Lacey, Ph.D.
1. Avoidance of Genuine Reflection
Most people do not talk about ethics very much. For the religious, ethics is subsumed in catechism. There is little room for discussion of fundamental philosophical concepts unless it is some sort of proof (St. Thomas Aquinas). For atheists, ethics usually takes a back seat to rationality, preoccupied as they are with disproving or making fun of established dogmas (the objectivists). Often ethics is subsumed under the quasi religious code of universal humanism, a secular form of fairly standard religious doctrine. .More