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F0_0245_0171_books(1)We promise to share with you, dear readers, the finest books we have read, those which have broadened our vision and deepened our thinking.

חפצים This book should not be read – just sample a few pages and take a rest. Why? Because of the tension, the stormy reaction to reading it, and especially because of the unbelievable revelations – truth that is stranger than fiction – but which actually happened.<br><br>Digital Colonialism<br><br>  “One can resist the invasion of armies; one cannot resist the invasion of ideas.” Victor Hugo

This book should not be read – just sample a few pages and take a rest. Why? Because of the tension, the stormy reaction to reading it, and especially because of the unbelievable revelations – truth that is stranger than fiction – but which actually happened.

Digital Colonialism

“One can resist the invasion of armies; one cannot resist the invasion of ideas.” Victor Hugo

“I chose to come here of my own accord and to answer these questions about how a liberal, gay twenty-four-year-old Canadian found himself part of a British military contractor developing psychological warfare tools for the American alt-right.” Thus begins a Christopher Wylie’s fascinating book! “Fresh out of university, I had taken a job at a [...]
חפצים “Full of sound and fury signifying nothing” (William Shakespeare)<br><br> The limits of human cognition, and especially mysterianism. That is, the unknown.<br><br> It is no coincidence that we have returned to Noam Chomsky’s book, What Kind of Creatures Are We? The trigger? Not only reality, but also a relatively recent article in which Idan Lando, who translated the book into Hebrew, interviews Noam Chomsky.

“Full of sound and fury signifying nothing” (William Shakespeare)

The limits of human cognition, and especially mysterianism. That is, the unknown.

It is no coincidence that we have returned to Noam Chomsky’s book, What Kind of Creatures Are We? The trigger? Not only reality, but also a relatively recent article in which Idan Lando, who translated the book into Hebrew, interviews Noam Chomsky.

In the ninth decade of his life, Noam Chomsky wrote What Kind of Creatures Are We? as an attempted synthesis between various scientific theories and philosophical conceptions. The result is fascinating. From the height of interdisciplinary knowledge, Chomsky reaches the point where question marks stop us, as human beings, from seeing “beyond.” Noam Chomsky is [...]
חפצים Dates: 1927 and 1929.<br> Place: Austria.<br>Interviewer: George Sylvester Viereck, a German-born American journalist<br>Interviewees: Sigmund Freud and Albert Einstein.

Dates: 1927 and 1929.
Place: Austria.
Interviewer: George Sylvester Viereck, a German-born American journalist
Interviewees: Sigmund Freud and Albert Einstein.

The English articles summarized below were published as: “Sigmund Freud Confronts the Sphinx: Interview with George Sylvester Viereck” (London Weekly Dispatch, July 28, 1927) “What Life Means to Albert Einstein: Interview with George Sylvester Viereck” (The Saturday Evening Post, October 26, 1929) mahj.org * -  “What is your objection to the beasts?” Freud replied. “I [...]
חפצים Want a Book You Don't Have to Read?<br> Thoughts To Myself

Want a Book You Don’t Have to Read?
Thoughts To Myself

Once you purchase the book Thoughts To Myself, I am almost convinced you’ll be grateful for the recommendation. The book is, in fact, a diary, the thoughts of a wise, humble man, with wide application to our lives as human beings. This person—a Roman emperor, from the second century CE (121-180 CE)—is Marcus Aurelius. The [...]
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