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FROM SOCIOPATH TO SAINT by Perry Mann

FROM SOCIOPATH TO SAINT John Locke (1632-1704), English philosopher, maintained that the infant’s mind was void of innate ideas and thus was a blank slate on which the stimuli received by the five senses writ thereon the character of the … Continue reading

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Perry Mann: The liberal gene

Perry Mann: The liberal gene Note: I read “Liberals and conservatives, whence the divide?” by Charlie McElwee with great interest (Gazette, Dec. 13). This is an article I wrote a few years ago that supports McElwee’s article. E.O. Wilson is … Continue reading

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HALF OF WHAT YOU BECOME HAPPENS AT CONCEPTION by Perry Mann

HALF OF WHAT YOU BECOME HAPPENS AT CONCEPTION “Let us then suppose the Mind to be, as we say, tabula rasa, void of all Characters, without any ideas; How comes it to be furnished? … To this I answer, in … Continue reading

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