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by Michael Walsh WHEN IN A BRIGHTER day he is better known, the English-born prophet James Larratt Battersby (1907–1955) will find his name ranked with that of Gottfried Feder (German), Alfred Rosenberg (Estonian-German), William Joyce (Irish-American), John Amery (English), Cesare Santoro…
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David SimsEssays

by David Sims THE QUESTION was asked: “Since evil people seek and abuse political power, why should political power even exist?” You might as validly ask why universities and research institutes should exist. Since mankind, in general, is composed of persons who are insufficiently…
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David SimsEssays

by David Sims THE BEHAVIOR of people in a situation of extreme scarcity, and the moral response to it, is the raw area where philosophy most closely joins with natural science. The story of the shipwreck of the William Brown, of Philadelphia, USA, and sailing from Liverpool, England, in March 1841,…
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