Monthly Archives: February 2020

I Argue With Paul Gottfried

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Hitler and Abductive Logic: The Strategy of a Tyrant By Ben Novak

Here are some excerpts from this 2014 book: * The question that initiated this study was a simple question that mystified Adolf Hitler’s contemporaries and has subsequently baffled historians and biographers: Why was Hitler successful in his rise to power? … Continue reading

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My Rules For Life

* I look for ways to approach life that make me happy and prosperous, that enable me to get along with other people, and to have a sense of ease with myself, with others, with the universe and with God. … Continue reading

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The Varieties of Religious Experience: A Study in Human Nature (1902) By William James

William James and Carl Jung were the most influential intellectuals behind AA. Neither were religious. Here are some excerpts: * There can be no doubt that as a matter of fact a religious life, exclusively pursued, does tend to make … Continue reading

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Livin’ on a Prayer

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