Monthly Archives: January 2015

Why Other People Hurt Us so Damn Much and What to Do About It

I am often asked to provide counsel on the conflicts within families, between friends, and other situations, which are up close and personal, often in the case of families with deep roots in family history. Some seem almost impossible to … Continue reading

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I/Us/Them and Moral Tribes According to Joshua Greene

Joshua Greene’s fine book “Moral Tribes” that I have just read throws much light on the topic a friend of mine raised: why professors of ethical philosophy test no more moral in psychology experiments on everyday behavior than the rest … Continue reading

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The Economic Theories of Keynes versus Friedman

I was asked in an on line discussion to summarize the different economics approaches of John Maynard Keynes (1883-1946) and Milton Friedman (1912-2006) and I thought the conflict between the two who are so rarely read or understood was an … Continue reading

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