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Fifty Shades of Red (Part 4)

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Fifty Shades of Red (Part 4)
“You need only look at the way in which she is formed, to see that woman is not meant to undergo great labour, whether of the mind or of the body.” – Arthur Schopenhauer Contents: 1.) Introduction 2.) The Maxims 3.) In Closing / Relevant Reading 1.) Introduction: Seeing as people...

How To Stop Feeling Tired

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How To Stop Feeling Tired
“Energy is the key to creativity. Energy is the key to life.” – William Shatner Contents: 1.) Introduction 2.) Energy & Social Skills 3.) Identifying The Cause 4.) Methods for Improving Energy Levels 5.) In Closing / Relevant Reading 1.) Introduction: In this piece I will depart from...

Dominance & Submission

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Dominance & Submission
“For man did not come from woman, but woman from man; neither was man created for woman, but woman for man.” – Corinthians 11:8-9 Contents: 1.) Introduction 2.) The Dancing Metaphor 3.) O Equality, Wherefore Art Thou Equality? 4.) Love & Lust Are Intrinsically Unequal 5.) He Is To...

Machiavellian Maxims (Part 4)

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Machiavellian Maxims (Part 4)
“The promise given was a necessity of the past: the word broken is a necessity of the present.” – Niccolo Machiavelli Contents: 1.) Introduction 2.) The Maxims 3.) Relevant Reading / In Closing 1.) Introduction: Welcome to part 4 in my series of Machiavellian maxims, as with the previous articles,...

Ruminations on Double Standards

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Ruminations on Double Standards
“When hypocrisy is a character trait, it also affects one’s thinking, because it consists in the negation of all the aspects of reality that one finds disagreeable, irrational or repugnant.” – Octavio Paz Contents: 1.) Introduction 2.) Of Protestation & Petitioning 3.) To Act Or...

What To Learn And How To Learn It – These Are The Questions

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What To Learn And How To Learn It – These Are The Questions
“A room without books is like a body without a soul.” ― Marcus Tullius Cicero Contents: 1.) Introduction 2.) Experience vs. Reading 3.) Refining Reading – The Art of Summarising 4.) In Closing / Relevant Reading 1.) Introduction: Contrary to what may be impressed upon the reader by the length...

Dark Triad Archetypes: The Jester

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Dark Triad Archetypes: The Jester
“The court jester had the right to say the most outrageous things to the king. Everything was permitted during carnival, even the songs that the Roman legionnaires would sing, calling Julius Caesar ‘queen,’ alluding, in a very transparent way, to his real, or presumed, homosexual...

Womanly Duplicity & Its Constituent Parts

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Womanly Duplicity & Its Constituent Parts
“Feminine virtue is nothing but a convenient masculine invention.” – Ninon de L’Enclos Contents: 1.) The Paradox of Cunning Naivety 2.) The Double Edged Sword of Rationalisation 3.) Her Deficit of Loyalty 4.) On The Duplicity of Beauty 5.) In Closing / Relevant Reading 1.) The...

How To Use Your Ego

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How To Use Your Ego
“Stupidity combined with arrogance and a huge ego will get you a long way.” – Chris Lowe Contents: 1.) The Building Blocks of Reinvention 2.) Of Ego & Humility 3.) Of Adaptability & Authenticity 4.) Of Learning 5.) In Closing 1.) The Building Blocks of Reinvention: Whether...

Notes On Law 27: “Play On People’s Need to Believe to Create a Cult-like Following”

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Notes On Law 27: “Play On People’s Need to Believe to Create a Cult-like Following”
“The only difference between a cult and a religion is the amount of real estate they own.” – Frank Zappa Contents: 1.) Introduction – Summarising The Law 2.) Notes On The Law 3.) Relevant Reading 1.) Introduction – Summarising The Law: The need to believe in the improbable and...

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