Books

Self Judgement Analysis Examination Awareness Appreciation? Enjoyment

It’s good to be aware.  It’s better to enjoy (even the ‘negative’ emotions)

 

Communion

diagrams of nonverbal, contextual communication

The responsibility of the sharper, more eloquent, articulated audience is not to disprove or discredit “senseless” ideas, but to understand their source + message, and then articulate it by connecting it with what is known.  Corrections will be necessary at times, but the goal is not territorial dominance, but rather the communication and communion with that territory’s leader.

 

Consensus on Conspiracy

The USA’s scientific consensus cross-examined against the WHO organization’s scientific consensus.  Then an examination of those organizations vs. independent scientific findings, and their approval.

OR

The choice to be uneducated is the choice to conspire with anyone who would use science against you.

 

Herd Voices

The impulse/desire/need to be heard and its interplay between social dynamics and cultural dynamics.

 

Nature Nurtured

 

 

Head Break

Allowing yourself to have more than 1 personality.  By setting free (or at least accepting) the repressed parts of you, you become of ALL of your selves.

 

Violence Mastered

 

Violence
vi·o·lence
ˈvī(ə)ləns/
noun

1. behavior involving physical force intended to hurt, damage, or kill someone or something.

Synonyms:
brutality, brute force, ferocity, savagery, cruelty, sadism, barbarity, brutishness

More
Strength of emotion or an unpleasant or destructive natural force.
“the violence of her own feelings”
Synonyms:
intensity, severity, strength, force, vehemence, power, potency, fervency, ferocity, fury, fire
“the violence of his passion”

Law
The unlawful exercise of physical force or intimidation by the exhibition of such force.

Table of Contents

1. A brief history of violence (LINGUISTICS, SEMANTICS, AND PERCEPTION)
Etymology
Interpretation
-Power
-Change
-Growth
-Beauty
Theories of Genesis (Cyclical)
The Evolution of Violence

2. Entropy
Fractals of Violence
Associated Outcomes (The Butterfly Specifics)

3. Resistance
Counter-Violence [=violence]
-Acts of violence to prevent / alter other violence
-Non Violence as a form of violence
Servant and Master (to Order)

4. Mastery
Toolmakers

 

Violence Mastered

Violence
vi·o·lence
ˈvī(ə)ləns/
noun

1. behavior involving physical force intended to hurt, damage, or kill someone or something.

Synonyms:
brutality, brute force, ferocity, savagery, cruelty, sadism, barbarity, brutishness

More
Strength of emotion or an unpleasant or destructive natural force.
“the violence of her own feelings”
Synonyms:
intensity, severity, strength, force, vehemence, power, potency, fervency, ferocity, fury, fire
“the violence of his passion”

Law
The unlawful exercise of physical force or intimidation by the exhibition of such force.
 

Table of Contents

1. A brief history of violence (LINGUISTICS, SEMANTICS, AND PERCEPTION)
Etymology
Interpretation
-Power
-Change
-Growth
-Beauty
Theories of Genesis (Cyclical)
The Evolution of Violence

2. Entropy
Fractals of Violence
Associated Outcomes (The Butterfly Specifics)

3. Resistance
Counter-Violence [=violence]
-Acts of violence to prevent / alter other violence
-Non Violence as a form of violence
Servant and Master (to Order)

4. Mastery
Toolmakers

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