Tag Archives: Violence

13 Reasons In Reality

13 Reasons In Reality I just finished watching Season 3 of 13 Reasons. It reminded me of people I knew in High School once upon a time. I will not name names, but I do think it is an important … Continue reading

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After The War Zone

After The War Zone:  Returning Troops and Their Families By Laurie B Slone, PhD and Mathew J Friedman, MD, PhD, 2008 The book was written to help understand the cycle of deployment and dealing with changes during deployments, as well … Continue reading

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Age of Anger

The Age of Anger: A History of the Present Pankaj Mishra, 2017 Age of Anger: A History of the Present by Mishra accounts for the resurgence of reactionary and right-wing political movements in the late 2010s. He argues that nationalist, … Continue reading

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A Peace Reader

The Peace Reader Joseph Fahey, Richard Armstrong, 1984 Europeans did not conquer North America without Violence. Yet some deliberately sought in these colonial ventures to establish peace practices. That gave new dimensions to the western peace traditions. Customarily Indians viewed … Continue reading

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How Hamlet Haunts Sons of Anarchy

Outrageous Fortune: How Hamlet Haunts the Sons of Anarchy Kurt Sutter mentioned that Sons of Anarchy was meant to have the subtext of a Shakespearean Tragedy, particularly Hamlet.  As Hamlet opens with the death of the King, Sons of Anarchy … Continue reading

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Sons of Anarchy

November 10, 2013 Anarchy Anarchy generally means a society without a publicly enforced government. Anarchism centers around the idea that the state is immoral, corrupt and not to be trusted. Like any philosophy, it has a spectrum swinging from Individualism … Continue reading

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Dreaming The Dark

Dreaming The Dark Dreaming The Dark: Magic, Sex and Politics by Starhawk came out in 1982.  I didn’t read it until the reprint came out in 1997.  Starhawk wrote the book when Regan was elected and we were on the … Continue reading

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