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It seems clear to me that we need a study of 'comparative personality', in much the same way that we study comparative religion.
Computing, along with all other aspects of Information Technology, is frequently considered to be one of the major challenges we face - but the power it gives to people means that it must also be one of the answers.
We tend to think about faith as a state of mind, but when considering faith we need to focus, not on the subject who is believing, but on the object of that belief. We can have faith in something or someone. When we have faith is something, we belie

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  • 23 Things They Don't Tell You About Capitalism, by Ha-Joon Chang (Penguin, 2011).  This is utterly brilliant.  It does what it says on the tin: it tells you 23 impo
We have a page about improving the world; this is the other side of the coin - if we want the world to improve, we need to get better ourselves.
All of this site can be seen as a search for ways to improve the world, make it a better place. This page is for the 'meta level' question - how do we promote and implement all the specific ways to make the world a better place? These are the ideas
As social creatures we need to share our spirituality, and shared spirituality is what we call 'religion'. You can have your own private spirituality, but as soon as you try to communicate it, you need words; and as soon as you find a way which help
This is a common theme running through many of the issues we face: it is very easy to see the world as a set of binary choices - either this is true, or that is. But, even if our choices are sometimes binary, the issues we face rarely are.