Monthly Archives: December 2020

Why Do We Choose Servitude in the “Land of the Free?” – Guest Blog by Sara Hughes

Why Do We Choose Servitude in the “Land of the Free?” It’s a controversial question, I know, but please hear me out. The most pressing issues of our time have a single common denominator- power. Who has it? How do they use (or, more often, abuse) it? What needs to be done to alleviate the suffering [...]

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Healing the Great Divide

Healing the Great Divide As the U.S. Election draws close, COVID-19 cases flare in new hot spots. Coverage of police misconduct gets greater prominence. As we witness greater demands to restore law and order, so, too, come calls to join demonstrations in support of those who protest racial injustice. We cannot deny that we are [...]

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Flattening the Pyramids – Guest post from NCBI team member Sara Hughes

Flattening the Pyramids Note: Excerpts of my manuscript, Flattening the Pyramids: A Treatise on Hierarchy and Community, have been posted on the Ideas and Commentary section of this site but readers may prefer to read the book in sequence without other posts breaking it up. The book is still a work in progress and I’ll continue to add [...]

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