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10.10.2019

Radical Science - Lungs - Solitary, Poor, Nasty, Brutish, Short (CD)

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  1. without laws or other control—would be “solitary, poor, nasty, brutish, and short.” To escape that “brutish” life, said Hobbes, people entered into a social contract, an agreement by which they gave up their freedom for an organized society. Hobbes believed that only .
  2. Jun 10,  · “The scandal is not, as the term Anthropocene implies, that the boundaries between the human and nature get blurred. Rather, the scandal is that we humans still have not learned to think about ourselves in terms of the microbial — the viral — world of which we are a part.”.
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  4. Solitary, Poor, Nasty, Brutish, Short by Lungs, released 13 October 1. Radical Science 2. The Expanding Circle (A Second Open Letter To Sam Neil) 3. Grey Walter, Wilder Penfield 4. Ghost v Robots (Ghosts Win) 5. Vessels.
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  6. Jun 10,  · This is a constrained view because it recognizes that humans cannot flourish simply following their natural desires: this will only make their lives “solitary, poor, nasty, brutish and short.” 6. Two obvious examples of the constrained vision are stoicism and Christian anthropology.
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  8. nasty, brutish, and short 61 soul in his philosophy. This is a modern idea that many scien- tists hold now, but it was radical for his time.
  9. Thomas Hobbes, who is not even mentioned in the book until footnote 67, contended that, since human life in the beginning was "solitary, poor, nasty, brutish, and short", man started forming societies governed by the rule of law out of sheer self-interest. It happened in reaction to his fear of violent death/5().

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