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Hitting the Links 9/10/2018

Here’s a good Ed Latimore quote: Passive-aggression is weak. It tries to get the benefits of confrontation at a steeply discounted price. If you have something on your chest, speak directly and leave no room for misinterpretation. — Ed Latimore (@EdLatimore) January 6, 2018 Of everything I’ve cooked lately, this is my wife’s favorite: 5 …

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Link Soup: 11/30/2017

As it turns out, communism is objectively bad. Laura Nicolae writes, “After spending four years on a campus saturated with Marxist memes and jokes about communist revolutions, my classmates will graduate with the impression that communism represents a light-hearted critique of the status quo, rather than an empirically violent philosophy that destroyed millions of lives.” …

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Interesting Reading

David Bentley Hart’s Reflections on the Early Christians I don’t agree with everything he says here, but it does remind us of how powerful the rhetoric of the New Testament can be. Amy Cuddy Reviews the Science of ‘Power Posing’ after unfair criticism Cuddy’s research conclusions on endocrine and power posing seem like common sense …

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James Chastek nails it on Being as such

How can God not be a being among beings? In one sense first member of a causal series is a part of the series, but in another sense it isn’t. If ABCD causes something, then A is obviously 1/4 of all the causes you have, but we don’t think about it that way. We don’t …