Ranting..... Have to ask myself this bunch of silly questions..... "Should we turn over the money changers tables?? "This is a cry for individual responsibility and autonomy............ started out asking these questions many moons ago, and still don't have a good answer after all these years ...... (well maybe we do have the answers, but… Continue reading A Rant on how messed up things are…..
i am asking myself, after seeing a news item that said "Our discarded COVID19 masks are now harmful for the environment", and while i see the point of this, i wonder, "What is the base guideline of how to define "important" in our society?" How do we gauge what is more important and less important?… Continue reading A Society Catch 22……
http://ili.nativeweb.org/sdrm_art.html Excerpt:In a country set up to maintain a strict separation of church and state, the Doctrine of Discovery should have long ago been declared unconstitutional because it is based on a prejudicial treatment of Native American people simply because they were not Christians at the time of European arrival. By penalizing Native people on… Continue reading Five Hundred Years of Injustice – The Doctrine of Discovery in U.S. Law
So the topic of social constructs of race and gender seems to have risen to the surface, in relating to our decision making process. Perhaps a question might be framed this way: "Will i live by my espoused ethical standards (values) in this specific situation, or are there "extenuating circumstances" which allow me to excuse… Continue reading Our Ethical Creed in Extenuating Circumstances
i am beginning a discussion and information area on the "social constructs" humans use to create the "human caste system". We all know about the caste system in India. There are also similar systems which incorporate exterior physical distinctions as excuses for discrimination. https://genderedinnovations.stanford.edu/terms/race.html