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Vincent Luizzi

dogs, get up with fleas.—Blackfoot • In age, talk; in childhood, tears.—Hopi • We always return to our first loves.—Tribe Unknown • What is life? It is the flash of a firefly in the night. It is the breath of a buffalo in the wintertime. It is the little shadow which runs across the grass and loses

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William Allen Brant

the rate of sexual reproduction, the F-problem is exacerbated. Regarding the seriousness of a set of problems, the F-problem stands uncouthly for the “fucking problem” or the “sexual intercourse motivated and fertilization-related problem,” which is the apex of the set of problems discussed whenever

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William Allen Brant

impatience culminates in a war-ready society of reactionaries. Reactionaries agree with their leaders’ resultantly violent political decisions. They react aggressively against outspoken and oppositional citizens. People living in a society under attack are desperate. They feel motivated to decrease

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William Allen Brant

categorized by most of the society as “illegal.” For instance, the elderly in homes for assisted living believe that sharing prescription medicines is legal, although it is illegal. As a result, the group has inherent disadvantages. They may begin to depend on the exchanges, or they may be fined for their

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William Allen Brant

that the belief in a just world correlates with preferences for a major political party, religiousness, and wellbeing in respect to life satisfaction, emotions, and mood levels. “The law” is elaborately, but only partially, defined as an intricate system and institution because the law

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William Allen Brant

these terms experience agony and fury to a degree that would be difficult to produce by physical pain and minor injury. The reassurance of the focus and duty of legal systems to be fair and just is crucial, especially when people perceive that their standards of living are decreasing in relation to

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Peter Jones

have a right not only over the organisation of my own life but also over the organisation of the lives of all of my fellow citizens, and that right would be inconsistent with each of my fellow citizens’ having a status equal to my own – an equality that is fundamental to human rights thinking

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Richard Lang and Mark Bell

good to afford its possessor automatic access to other goods in other spheres. However, while possession of a positively dominant good might entitle its possessor to all, or at least some, of the good things in life, possession of a negatively dominant good brings about quite the opposite result

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Richard Lang and Mark Bell

access to information with regard to one’s electricity usage only really admits of one entry token: that one is oneself a user of the service. Being of Roma origin, or living in an area predominated by people of Roma origin, cannot possibly form part of the meaning of this good, which, if it is not self