It’s high time we put the most enduring myths about human behavior to bed, and see the mind—and the world—as it is.
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People do what they otherwise acknowledge as horrible things because they think they can get away with them. And in the process, they can continue hurting others because they do keep getting away with it. Nor is our justice system set up to deal with many of these harms. While libel and slander should be off the table, public evidence of others' wrong-doing, especially when they've been politely confronted about it but persist, is perfectly acceptable to me.
On the 80th anniversary of WW II, have we kept the promise to never forget?
The moon landing was unifying and awe-inspiring. We need more of that.
Moral pollution, preference falsification, and the demise of civil society.
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