Monthly Archives: March 2015

Chomsky Challenged.

Many of Chomsky’s assertions are correct. But they are only half correct. That error is a characteristic of observers of human behaviour, who seek explanations which are unitary and simple. The reason for the error is that for every behavioural … Continue reading

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Responsibility and Blame.

Many aspects of socialism take the form of “the government” assuming responsibility. Examples are the provision for benefits for the aged and health services. Once responsibility is assumed, then any failure to provide that service begets blame. However, when government … Continue reading

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