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October 21, 2011


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"Such a stance is perfectly reasonable, given that cognitive biases research supports Marx’s view..."

It shouldn't be forgotten, though, that cognitive biases apply to us all. It needn't be the majority who are stricken with the falsest consciousness.

Peter Risdon

There's no conception here of human autonomy, of the notion - that human rights derive from - that we are independent agents entitled to pursue our own ends as we see them, in the way we find best.


john h

democracy does not establish equality of influence. the citizen is no more on an equality with his elected ruler than a serf in a kingdom.

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