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Misanthropic Tendencies… Source… November 23, 2019

Issue for analysis… Misanthropic tendencies. mis·​an·​throp·​ic | \ ˌmi-sᵊn-ˈthrä-pik \ Definition of misanthropic 1: of, relating to, or characteristic of a misanthrope: He was shunned because of his miserable misanthropic nature. 2: marked by a hatred or contempt for humankind: … Continue reading

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A Misanthrope’s Rant …. April 27, 2015

The stereotypical man is usually perceived as the protector, the courageous defender, the provider. As a result of the way society treats its males, this model, this stereotype, has become obsolete. There is a definite anti-male slant in Western society. … Continue reading

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Morality and Niceness … November 10, 2014

Morality: mo·ral·i·ty noun \mə-ˈra-lə-tē, mȯ-\ : beliefs about what is right behavior and what is wrong behavior : the degree to which something is right and good : the moral goodness or badness of something Nice-ness: (Nice) niceadjective, nicer, nicest.1. … Continue reading

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Misanthropy Anyone? … October 20, 2014

Having the knowledge of good and evil may in itself be the source of good and evil. Animals, though they may do what humans consider horrendous things, possess no knowledge of good and evil. They, therefore, are incapable of doing … Continue reading

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