Archive for Susie Orbach

Ripping the Band-Aid Off of Tavistock and Mind Control

Note: Our server service is updating our server. These updates should be completed by January 16th, 2017. So, if BLT goes dark for a few hours or even days, not to be alarmed. Before we get started, I just want to say Happy New Year! I hope everyone had a great holiday break. I know […]

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The Love Wars—Harry Harlow and the All Night Comfort Food Café (part II)

Note: This post contains a lengthy review of the information presented in part I. If you have the information presented in part I firmly in mind, then by all means skip to the New Information heading below. If not then start here and enjoy this review. Welcome to part II of my two-part blog series […]

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COMMENT: Boys and Men Stiffed (Again)

The title to this post is a reference to Susan Faludi’s 1999 book entitled Stiffed: The Betrayal of the American Man. When it was released in 1999, Faludi’s book created a bit of a storm within liberal feminist communities. Stiffed seemed to paint the plight of men during the 1990s using sympathetic tones. Displaying any […]

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Affectional Bonds—Bowlby on Attachment Theory and Women (and Work)

This is part II of my multi-part review of John Bowlby’s 1979 book The Making and Breaking of Affectional Bonds. In part I, I talked about Sir Richard Bowlby’s introduction to Affectional Bonds, which he added in 2005. Let me start off part II by mentioning one more observation made by Sir Richard in his […]

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Should Philanthropists Have the Right to Impose Rights?

If you have been reading my blog over the last couple of months then you know that I am now enamored of philosopher John Searle’s work in the area of how the social world is constructed and for what reason. I discovered Searle’s work by reading the book Evolutionary Psychology coauthored by another of my […]

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