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Review of Robert Epstein, Empowerment as Ceremony

Yesterday, I posted on Amazon.com my review of William Epstein’s, Empowerment as Ceremony: Demolition of Empowerment and a Major Omission William Epstein’s, Empowerment as Ceremony, is an extensively researched, documented, and well-deserved demolition of empowerment practices. A major omission (noted … Continue reading

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GEORGE’S OFFICE WALL

“A moral point of view too often serves as a substitute for understanding in technological matters.”   Marshall McLuhan, Understanding Media, p. 327. The American voting “system . . . uses 19th century technology to implement ideas from the 18th century” … Continue reading

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