Manipulation and Social Engineering

Manipulation and Social Engineering

by: Jay AckleyMay 12, 2020 In his work, The Philosophy of Loyalty (New York: Macmillan Co., 1908), p. 57, American philosopher, Josiah Royce, wrote:  Loyalty is for the loyal man not only a good, but for him the chief amongst all the moral goods of his life, because...
Sympathy and Empathy

Sympathy and Empathy

 April 14, 2020 Understanding of the similar concepts of sympathy and empathy is lacking.  Misconceptions and disagreements about both pervade our discourse.  Many see one being either superior, more desirable, or inherently positive and the other negative, as if...
The anatomy of a midlife crisis

The anatomy of a midlife crisis

The Anatomy of a Midlife Crisis March 24, 2020 Every midlife crisis is the same. The same cause and the same effect. It happens to all of us, too. The only differences are when it happens, and to what extent it’s embarrassing. I had my midlife crisis when I was 28....
How Fe can love Properly

How Fe can love Properly

How Extraverted Feeling users Love Properly Carl Jung once said that “the world hangs on a thin thread.” He was speaking of a metaphysical relationship that the universe holds between tension and balance. With proper tension, the distant concept of “wholeness” can...
The 8 Essentials of a CS Joseph education

The 8 Essentials of a CS Joseph education

Several years ago, I was first tested for personality type. The professional placement firm I had engaged administered the official MBTI Instrument as part of their process to match candidates with positions. Ultimately, I found a job through independent networking,...
An Experience in Cognitive Transition

An Experience in Cognitive Transition

Matt’s a good friend of mine.  He lives in Atlanta with his wife and two dogs.  He’s a salesman by occupation but he’s also a dancer, model, and semi-professional pool player.  He is an Alpha and has the wolf pack to prove it.  Not only is he an ESTP, he seems the...

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