The golden rule
The golden ratio is the only number whose square can be produced simply by adding 1 and whose reciprocal by subtracting 1 ... and other self-gravitat ing bodies such as the sun have a "negative specific heat". This means they get hotter as they lose ...
Natural Law and the 'Right' to Health Care
Negative rights are both limited and reciprocal. They are also eternal and unchanging ... when one is forced under threat of imprisonment to subsidize the health care of strangers, such "life" as one may continue to have is not that of a freeborn citizen.
The Ten Golden Rules on Living the Good Life
The answers to all these questions are condensed in a little book, The Ten Golden Rules I co-authored with Michael Soupios: 1 ... has negative consequences. People who feed themselves a steady diet of exonerating fiction are in danger of living life ...
What Causes Prejudice against Immigrants, and How Can It Be Tamed?
Although one of the terrorist's driving motives ... about the psychology of anti-immigrant prejudice. Prejudice is traditionally defined in social psychology as a negative feeling towards a particular group and its members. It turns out, though, that ...
Functioning in a less than meaningful workplace
When leaders fail to apply practical strategies for making the workplace more reciprocal, with people respectfully and productively working toward a common goal, they can expect continuous negative interaction ... than others. For one employee, the top ...