Tag Archives: The Washington Post

Donald Trump

Fevered media speculation about Donald Trump’s psychological motivations and psychiatric diagnosis has recently encouraged mental health professionals to disregard the usual ethical constraints against diagnosing public figures at a distance. They have sponsored several petitions and a Feb. 14 letter … Continue reading

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Standing Rock water protectors

On Sunday night, Water Protectors were met with water hoses in freezing temperatures, shot with rubber bullets, and sprayed with pepper spray. Over a hundred were injured, some seriously. It is more important than ever to stand with Standing Rock … Continue reading

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A Faustian Bargain on the Short Road to Hell: Living in a World at 480 CO2e

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On the highway to a smokestack hell, Faust met a devil who said to him: “Give me all your tomorrows, all your children and all your children’s children, and I will make this one day, for…

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thoughtcrime

A thoughtcrime is an occurrence or instance of controversial or socially unacceptable thoughts. The term is also used to describe some theological concepts such as disbelief or idolatry,[1] or a rejection of strong philosophical or social principles.[2] The term was … Continue reading

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