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Integrity In the Time of Cholera (Oops, I Mean Election Year)

Cate Montana | Posted 06.01.2016 | Politics
Cate Montana

Most definitions of integrity involve words like honesty and principle, probity and candor ... in other words, truthfulness. And yet the original root comes from the Latin word integer (a word that might give some of us a grade school math flashback) meaning wholeness.

A Conservative Psychoanalysis of Coffman's Labeling Obama as a "Recruiting Tool" for Terrorists

Jason Salzman | Posted 01.25.2017 | Denver
Jason Salzman

Colffman lacks the "sense of shame about transgressing norms and common decencies" that Podhoretz finds absent in Trump.

Super Egos Without Superegos: Continuing Corruption in Corporate Compensation

Neil S. Greenspan | Posted 05.30.2016 | Business
Neil S. Greenspan

Those executives who claim that their rewards are conferred by the logic of the market are either lacking in economic understanding or are being disingenuous. There is no honest market for corporate leadership.

Superego on Steroids: Standing Up to New Year's Resolutions

Mindy Utay | Posted 02.21.2015 | Healthy Living
Mindy Utay

After the holidays are over, we are not quite ready to stop and take a breath, as there is one more item on most people's to-do lists: making New Year's resolutions.

7 Billion Minds, or One?

Dr. Larry Dossey | Posted 12.24.2013 | Healthy Living
Dr. Larry Dossey

The ethical implications of our fundamental connectedness are profound. Because of our intrinsic oneness, health can never be merely personal, and neither can illness, poverty, or hunger.

Of Men and Mortals

Connor Ryan | Posted 08.04.2013 | Arts
Connor Ryan

It is truly ironic that the only way persons become immortal is through their own mortality. Men and women of past are considered great because of what they did while they were alive

Breaking Out Of Good Vs. Evil Morality

Deepak Chopra | Posted 01.22.2012 | Healthy Living
Deepak Chopra

Only when you realize that you have set yourself up as both judge and victim does the scheme of fear and guilt break down. It dawns on you that you are divided against yourself, and then your goals change.

Is Idiocity a Growing Problem?

Mark Goulston, M.D. | Posted 08.07.2011 | Healthy Living
Mark Goulston, M.D.

There's no such thing as human nature, only animal nature and the human potential to not give in to it. Lately however, some humans do seem more committed to giving in to their animal nature and then trying to get away with it.