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Episode Fourteen: Crime. Part One.
Maximilien was woken suddenly by the lights flickering on, painfully bright. He tried to turn his head towards the wall but the white tile simply reflected the light and he groaned. 1.396 altre parole
We take property for granted. John Locke espoused life, liberty, and property. Rousseau observed that “The first man who, having fenced in a piece of land, said “This is mine”, and found people naïve enough to believe him, that man was the true founder of civil society. 365 altre parole
Jordan Peterson was recently interviewed by a British news woman on Britain’s channel four. The interview was quite good and the personification of what I admire about Jordan Peterson. 661 altre parole
Daniel Defoe’s 1710 novel is a staple of classic book lists and English Lit reading lists all over the planet. According to my Wordworth Classics copy, there’s been over 700 editions of the damn book, and it’s been praised by figures such as Samuel Taylor Coleridge (best known for 1.311 altre parole