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Latest addition : 18 July 2012.

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  • La falsa alternativa de la globalizacion

    18 July 2012, by Emmanuel Just DUITS

    Este libro es un instrumento al servicio de los exploradores que desean superar sistemas y medios cerrados. ¿La sociedad de mañana será la del conflicto general entre comunidades, religiones y clases? ¿O bien un magma informe, deshumanizado, de individuos-clones, esclavos de la globalización? Para escapar de esta alternativa mortal he escrito este pequeño Manifiesto. Propone una vía a contracorriente del pesimismo ambiente. Se trata de procurar que la globalización cambie de signo. Esto se (...)

  • What is "Methodical Debate" ?

    1 February 2009, by Emmanuel Just DUITS

    Aren’t you tired of reading books or websites that narrowly develop one sole truth without taking any consideration of possible objections to it? We see masses of arguments exhibit themselves as if unchallengeable: pro or anti-universal health care, pro or anti-parapsychology, pro or anti-liberalism, pro or anti-“conspiracy theory”, pro or anti-global warming, pro or anti-immigration, pro or anti-psychoanalysis,—the list goes on. On these controversial subjects, we mostly find biased (...)

  • The Meaning of Desire - Sado-masochism and Courtly Love

    The Meaning of desire - sado-masochism and Courtly Love, an Essay by Emmanuel-Juste Duits, published in France INTRODUCTION In our consumer societies, we have placed desire at the very centre of our existence. Man struggles to satisfy his many and various desires; these, by a process of constant growth and rebirth, provide him with a purpose to his existence, while at the same time driving the economy. The culmination of man’s desire is the sexual impulse and the idealized image of woman. (...)

  • The meaning of love as seen in the light of Courtly Love

    Love as opposed to marriage? The familiar picture of courtly love (end of the 11th century, in the south of France) comes to us through the drawings by Epinal of handsome troubadours playing on their lutes to beautiful ladies high in their towers; however, we fail to grasp the underlying significance of this. In reality, it was a movement condemned by the Church, questioning as it did stock ideas about marriage and sexuality. Philosophically, it maintained that it was possible to love (...)

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