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The Question of Zion, by Jacqueline Rose

The argument, in nuce: The messianism at the heart of Zionism means that the fulfillment of the dream is also its apocalyptic end. Catastrophe and the culmination of a destiny, ordained from on high, fall together. Zionist nationalism, which views … Continue reading

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Integrative Behaviors

I told my wife the other night that she was more “integrated” than I was as a person. She asked what I meant, so I explained. Every one of us has different aspects to our personality: who we are at … Continue reading

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Feelings

There are so many ways to feel. And yet, we humans have the tendency to: a) mistake the feelings that we have about a certain person, situation or object as the only proper feeling suited to said person, situation or … Continue reading

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“Think Clearly and Run Many Trials” Dr. BJ Fogg’s MarketingProfs Digital Mixer Keynote

Gonna make this quick. 1. Placing hot triggers in the path of users is the key to changing behavior. 2. Humans are fairly predictable so you can use a systematic approach to thinking about persuasion and behavioral change. 2a. Effective … Continue reading

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