Monthly Archives: October 2013

King Property

Knatz.com / Teaching / Society / Social Order / Civilization / Property / Revised 2006 05 29 Leviticus 25, 23 The land shall not be sold for ever; for the land is mine; for ye are strangers and sojourners with … Continue reading

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Commons vs. Property

Knatz.com / Teaching / Society / Social Order / Civilization / Property / @ K. 1998 06 07 Once upon a time the biosphere was a commons. There was no such thing as property. People called commons that part of … Continue reading

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Christian, People

Knatz.com / Teaching / Scholarship / Myth / @ K. c. 2000 Christian / People I began my Myth section a year and a half ago without ever getting much flesh on its bones (thanks to the work (Macroinformation) that … Continue reading

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The Boy Who Cried Wolf

Knatz.com / Teaching / Scholarship / Myth / @ K. 1999 02 11 My poverty makes it’s difficult for me to do anything let alone take care of Catherine [d. 2004], launch a web business, maintain this home page, or … Continue reading

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Myth Introduction

Knatz.com / Teaching / Scholarship / Myth / @ K. 1999 02 11 Our myths tell the truth. 2014 02 06 I wish truthful interpretation were common. pk recommends that you think of myth as a kind of algebra. In … Continue reading

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Freud’s Myth

Knatz.com / Teaching / Scholarship / Myth / Freudian Myth / Christian Myth Freud said that the Father owned everything: the territory, the women: both wives, daughters, and slaves. The father kept everything for himself. The brothers want the territory, … Continue reading

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Jokes as Myth

Knatz.com / Teaching / Scholarship / Myth / @ K. 1999 02 11 I nominate some jokes as having a mythic dimension: blue prints for truth. Hard Times A Jew in Pinsk falls upon hard times. Nothing improves his lot. … Continue reading

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