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New View

Knatz.com / Teaching / Social Survival / Evolution / I’ve said this before, especially in my section on Institutions: Human society is too dishonest to be intelligent. Human society is too stupid to be honest. I’ve ratified the assertion numerous … Continue reading

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Judging Wealth

Recreating (and advancing) pk’s censored domains: Macroinformation.org & Knatz.com / Personal / Writing / Ideas / I’ve written a few novels, long short stories, and quite a few more short stories. There’s no counting how many I’ve thought of that … Continue reading

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Preserving Evidence

/ Judgment / Homer showed us, people raided other people, took their women, their horses, their land. One group might have a really skilled killer: Achilles, Julius, Crazy Horse. One group might have a really skilled story teller: Homer, Virgil. … Continue reading

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Judgment Day

K. had dozens of posts, hundreds of references, to Judgment Day. One of my first short stories from the period after I was fired from college teaching for standing in silent protest on the chapel steps was about judgment: Judgment … Continue reading

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