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Race & the Closeness of James Baldwin

Race & the Closeness of James Baldwin

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The discussion of race in America has plenty of ‘heat’ but not much ‘light’…

Assad & the Syrian Civil War

Assad & the Syrian Civil War

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When life is an unknown war with yourself, militaristic activity is your natural behavior. War in the external environment is part of what you assume to be “the way of the world” because it’s the way of your internal world, unnoticed and utterly separate…

Nationalism, Imperialism, & Joint Adversity

Nationalism, Imperialism, & Joint Adversity

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What we have never seen, however, is a genuine tendency toward a mutual loyalty among all human beings…

The Separative Origins of American Democracy

The Separative Origins of American Democracy

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This separative decision set the tone for the future of American separation and lives to the present day as the dominant culture in the world…

On Legitimacy & the Dark Web

On Legitimacy & the Dark Web

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Legitimacy is gained by being courageous enough to take your hands off separative legitimacy and instead, be legitimately lived into the moment…

The Failure of Liberal Hegemony

The Failure of Liberal Hegemony

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The separate self does not live at the depth of relationship needed for true diplomacy, despite its good intentions…

When Love is Called Dissident

When Love is Called Dissident

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In the culture of separation, someone standing for love, peace and human rights can be called “dissident.” What does that say about the world we live in?…

Breitbart vs. MSNBC: The War of American Media

Breitbart vs. MSNBC: The War of American Media

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Can you see how both media outlets are the same thing, a monotone voice repeating a single word – separation?…

Obama & Mandela Don’t See the Culture of Separation

Obama & Mandela Don’t See the Culture of Separation

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Love is not something to be performed or something someone can be taught to perform. Love is something to be remembered…

The Separation of Trump and the G7

The Separation of Trump and the G7

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When the dynamics of the separate self are not seen by the leaders operating on the global stage, the culture of separation remains safe to wreak havoc on the world…