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In a well functioning community there is neither individual success not individual failure

If we are members of the same community, then just as with the outcomes, so too with praise and blame: It belongs to everyone — you and I are equally responsible for whatever happens. Continue reading

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Life After Democracy

Another aspect of the new-world Cult Scene is the fact the people no longer need to participate in things they are not interested in. You can join those things you want to join, and you can pass by those things … Continue reading
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GENERAL NOTICE RE: Comments

Dear TAGSEO Index community! 😀 You may continue to post comments, but since the TAGSEO Index + search engine recieves such a high volume of traffic (and since we now receive hundreds if not thousands of comments daily), you are … Continue reading

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The Social Contract as Human Information Technology: How Individual Character is Socially Constructed Via Social Interaction

Today I want to introduce a new hypothesis: That the reason we share information with each other is due to an elemental need humans have — to share information about the society they are members of (both within a single … Continue reading
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