Pure Social Thought

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Elaine Scarry

One Person Can Be Suffering Internal Pain While No Other Person Around Her Is Aware of It
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Glenn Carroll

Looking At Business Survival Over 200 Years We Find The Determinants Are Mostly Historic Accident and Inertia
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Mark Moore

It is Important for the Leaders of Public Organizations to Explain Their Purposes in Simple Lanaguage
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Mary Douglas

The Right, Left and Invisible Hands are Market Metaphors that give Validity to Business
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Michael Phillips

We Perceive Our World Through the Institutions of Language, Occupation, Education, Our Historic Era and Geographic Location. Our Identity Is the By-Product of Our Specific Institutions
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Michael Phillips

The New Discipline of Social Thought May Have Developed in the End of the 20th Century in Response to the Holocaust
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Stanley Fish

There is No Way to Be Objective, One Always Has a Standpoint
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Thomas Sowell

Blacks in America Are Following an Assimilation Pattern Very Similar to the Irish
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