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QUICK LOOK: Harari on the History of Attachment

Lately I’ve been blogging about the work of world history professor Yuval Harari, specifically his two books Sapiens and Homo Deus. I found Sapiens by browsing at a local bookstore just up the road. As I flipped through the pages of Sapiens, my eye caught a glimpse of a picture from one of Harry Harlow’s […]

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Cultural Cognitive Models Now—Settling the Fight Between Humanism and Post-liberalism

In the past four months or so, I have read five books that seem to circle the same debate: humanism versus post-humanism or post-liberalism. Honestly, I did not set out to investigate this debate; it just happened. In one case, an author was so biased that I was motivated to read a book that countered […]

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The Patriarchy is Dead; Long Live the Patriarchy (Legacy)

I try to find authors who will challenge my view of the world, and my knowledge of it, in new and different ways. Science historian David Wooten did not disappoint. Wooten wrote the 2015 book entitled The Invention of Science: A New History of the Scientific Revolution. Wooten’s main premise really caught my attention: Before […]

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COMMENT: Death to Death and All That Loss

For Christmas, a good friend of mine bought me a book that I just finished reading. I found it wildly informative and insightful. The book is Sapiens—A Brief History of Humankind by world history professor Yuval Noah Harari. For me, Harari’s book was like Paul Harvey on steroids. Harvey was a radio personality and social […]

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Shameless Self-Promotion on Twitter

Hello all— I’m ramping up my efforts to promote my new book A Question of Attachment—Toward a Lossless Society. Click on the title to view a preview and ordering information over at Amazon.com. FYI—for you KindleUnlimited subscribers, A Question of Attachment is absolutely free! Such a deal. I’ve dusted off an old Twitter account that […]

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