Essay: Law

Essay by philip osophy
Thinkers’ Corner features theoretical essays on everything from politics to the paranormal, science to religion, crime to love, offering a different way of thinking best described as Rational Holism.
Law is in a mess. It has become too complicated, and a law that is too complicated for people to easily understand is a bad law. This is my attempt to go back to basics and devise a more acceptable law and constitution.
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Essay: Bureaucracy

An essay by polly ticks
Thinkers’ Corner features theoretical essays on everything from politics to the paranormal, science to religion, crime to love, offering a different way of thinking best described as Rational Holism.
I’m disgusted with the ‘efficiency’ of most modern bureaucracies. The more efficient and centralized they are, the more they fail to deliver to the local. Administration should be geared to back up the frontline, not dictate to them.
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Essay: Cults

An essay by guru tony
Thinkers’ Corner features theoretical essays on everything from politics to the paranormal, science to religion, crime to love, offering a different way of thinking best described as Rational Holism.
Cults are thought of as on the fringe of society. Whilst this may be true, I think they hold importance to understanding society. This is because I am convinced they highlight the extreme end of the spectrum of normal social interaction.

Cult Watch

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Essay: Conspiracy Theory

An essay by Polly Ticks
Thinkers’ Corner features theoretical essays on everything from politics to the paranormal, science to religion, crime to love, offering a different way of thinking best described as Rational Holism.
We’re told the world is full of conspiracies. From the assassination of JFK to Diana, no icon is safe from them. From the fake Moon Landings to Alien technology, nothing is ever what it seems.

Conspiracy Control

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Essay: Crime

Essay by Guru Tony
Thinkers’ Corner features theoretical essays on everything from politics to the paranormal, science to religion, crime to love, offering a different way of thinking best described as Rational Holism.
Jack the Ripper killed at least 5 prostitutes around Whitechapel, London, in 1888. Or did he? Forensics of the time said he did. Letters sent said he did. But the reality is, forensics was in its infancy, and no one letter gives detail of more than one murder. And prostitutes were being killed all the time.

True Crime

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Essay: Warfare

Essay by major de ranger
Thinkers’ Corner features theoretical essays on everything from politics to the paranormal, science to religion, crime to love, offering a different way of thinking best described as Rational Holism.
If we want peace on Earth why not begin with a reasoned theory of warfare? Ever since the birth of politics warfare has been about one society trying to consume another. This is true today with western powered globalization – although much more subtle.
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Essay: Speed of Change

Essay from I, Society …
… one of 18 ebooks in The ‘I’ Series – flash fiction (horror, sci fi, crime, romance & twist in the tale), poetry and short essays from politics to the paranormal.
It is good to advance. The whole of western history has been based on the concept. We are here to change things, and in this way we sometimes improve things, sometimes not. But advance is what we do.
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