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Tag Archives: Political Philosophy
A change of name but the journey continues
I decided it was time to change the name of the blog. Although, I still believe the word statesmanship is under appreciated and should be used more to understand politics today, I accept that a lot of readers may assume … Continue reading
Posted in education, philosophy, statesmanship, war Tagged Aristotle, Francis Fukuyama, Philosophy, Plato, Political Philosophy, Politics, Statesman Comments Off on A change of name but the journey continues
Democracy and justice in the UK are we training to ask the right questions?
To find things out, we need to ask questions. The quality of our questions will depend on what we already know. At the same time, the quality of our questions will decide the answers we get. In court, we rely … Continue reading
Hyperlinks, Leo Strauss and the return of esoteric writing
I have been thinking recently about the phrase “Hyperlinks subvert hierarchies.” I argued in an earlier blog that this was not the case. I suggested that hyperlinks reflect hierarchies and those hierarchies are networks. In that approach, I only considered … Continue reading
Time for a change…..of name, but the journey continues
I have blogged on this site since August 2010 under my name. I thought it was time to move to a different title reflects the content. If the blog had been about me personally, it might have remained unchanged. However, … Continue reading
Posted in education, good writing, Government, military, privacy, statesmanship, strategy Tagged Augustine, FOIA, Freedom of Information Act, government, human-rights, Philosophy, Political Philosophy, Politics Comments Off on Time for a change…..of name, but the journey continues