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Well, after the WW2 mayhem they restarted their economy on the principles of ordoliberalism, the belief in "making markets free" by smart and strick regulation, anti monopoly laws and such. Plus they have good welfare, excellent practice in schools which are connected to major industries. They prepa...
I think the Germans have made a good mix of capitalism and socialism, social market economy. Private property is dominant, but you have a good social safety net, mostly free education...
Men are being pushed into suppressing their feelings mostly by other men. I'm really sick of that macho attitude. I'm not really a fan of uncontrolled public displays of emotion either but damn do men pretend they don't have feelings. No wonder men kill themselves 4 times more often than women do. T...
- Wed Mar 14, 2018 9:19 am
- Forum: MBTI talk + Enneagram and other theories
- Topic: Describe yourself at your worst
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Because what you described doesn't sound good and I've been through depression so I know professional help is important. <3
- Mon Mar 12, 2018 8:50 am
- Forum: Introductions
- Topic: hello forum, testing is this thing on?
- Replies: 10
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I bet they killed 90% of their traffic since it was coming from Google and now it's all deindexed because Google can't crawl a private forum.
This doesn't mean that the mind isn't a wondrous instrument that can be influenced by things we would consider immaterial, like the look in our partners eyes, the hug of a child, a memory of a friend... but even that is all just neurochemistry.
I actually agree that your thoughts and feelings come from purely the mechanics and chemistry of your brain. I don't believe there's anything outside that. But your body affects your brain. The level of different hormones can cause feelings. You physical fitness can change your thoughts. The old Lat...