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DAVID'S ARCHIVE

Here I will gradually add papers I have written, mostly ones written rather a long time ago but which still have some use or relevance. The papers are loaded here as "pages" and so the links to them are in the right hand column below. There is also a themed listing in the text box below. If you wish to discuss matters arising, please do so by using the Discussion facility. Thank you.

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MY MOTHER IRENE

Started by David Brazier Dec 20, 2019. 0 Replies

My mother, Irene Brazier (1922-2004), was a lover of gardens. In her life she made many and admired many more. She believed in the harmony that arises when people work in co-operation with natural…Continue

SOME THOUGHTS ABOUT ETHICS

Started by David Brazier. Last reply by Carol English Feb 21, 2016. 7 Replies

In today’s teaching I would like to look critically at some of the principles, often taken as self-evident, that underpin much of our thinking about ethics.There is, for instance, the so called…Continue

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I Made a Self Out of Drugs and Booze!

Posted by Dayamay Dunsby on October 29, 2020 at 15:08 0 Comments

Some reflections on the journey from dysfunction to sobriety.

The Ego is formed in the early years, as a response to the realization that the world is not just solely about us. It serves to establish a balance between our base desires and impulses and helps us to conform to the dictates of society. As we begin to observe the vastness and complexity of society we adjust ourselves according to how we can fit into it. In my case, this was no less than an adjustment to already existing…

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Keep singing! (Podcast#102)

Posted by Tineke Osterloh on October 27, 2020 at 16:00 0 Comments

Snake by R. Althouse

Posted by Robert Joshin Althouse on October 25, 2020 at 1:48 0 Comments

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