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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 4 Jul 22

@SStruhar The empire or the republic?

@SStruhar The empire or the republic?


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 4 Jul 22

@sidyadav Yes. Imperial ambition is always an attractor for power.

@sidyadav Yes. Imperial ambition is always an attractor for power.


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 4 Jul 22

@jonboguth Examples of what specially? Almost all of the Declaration is of the Republic. Most of the Const. The 3/5ths comprise a famous compromise between the R and the E. Mex and Spanish wars very Imperial. WWII mostly the Republic. Vietnam a great example of the Empire duping R.

@jonboguth Examples of what specially? Almost all of the Declaration is of the Republic. Most of the Const. The 3/5ths comprise a famous compromise between the R and the E. Mex and Spanish wars very Imperial. WWII mostly the Republic. Vietnam a great example of the Empire duping R.


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 4 Jul 22

@IlliquidSnake @jonboguth Not 1:1. But I see what you are pointing at. Complex

@IlliquidSnake @jonboguth Not 1:1. But I see what you are pointing at. Complex


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 4 Jul 22

Unlike Rome, the American Republic and the American Empire have been deeply entangled (and at war with each other) since inception. It is commonplace to confuse them. A primary move of the Empire to conflate them. Yet they are distinct and the Empire the Republics greatest foe.

Unlike Rome, the American Republic and the American Empire have been deeply entangled (and at war with each other) since inception. It is commonplace to confuse them. A primary move of the Empire to conflate them. Yet they are distinct and the Empire the Republics greatest foe.


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 4 Jul 22

@DavidDecosimo The inverse (neoteny) has been deeply explored. Given that it is very much to the essence of “homo sapiens” up until adolescence, seems highly plausible that “extending neoteny” is a human primitive where available.

@DavidDecosimo The inverse (neoteny) has been deeply explored. Given that it is very much to the essence of “homo sapiens” up until adolescence, seems highly plausible that “extending neoteny” is a human primitive where available.


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 4 Jul 22

@VitruvianKulak Of course, this is the local vibe.

@VitruvianKulak Of course, this is the local vibe.


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 4 Jul 22

@VitruvianKulak If I recollect correctly, you are in Texas. And being in the Hill Country right now, I can forgive a person for thinking “ice” if such is on the menu. As it turns out I’m also always ordering hot coffee, but I get it.

@VitruvianKulak If I recollect correctly, you are in Texas. And being in the Hill Country right now, I can forgive a person for thinking “ice” if such is on the menu. As it turns out I’m also always ordering hot coffee, but I get it.


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 2 Jul 22

@CognicistIris This all seems correct (in principle). My note is your definition of game b. Lacked the principles I highlighted. Twitter brevity could be the culprit.

@CognicistIris This all seems correct (in principle). My note is your definition of game b. Lacked the principles I highlighted. Twitter brevity could be the culprit.


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 2 Jul 22

@CognicistIris You are not here including the other two (more fundamental) requirements: internal integrity (ie not inexorably self terminating); evolvable (eg not rigid).

@CognicistIris You are not here including the other two (more fundamental) requirements: internal integrity (ie not inexorably self terminating); evolvable (eg not rigid).


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