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Optimism and Pessimism – New World Encyclopedia Optimalists tend to have more intrinsic, inward desires, with a motivation to learn, while perfectionists are highly motivated by a need to consistently prove themselves “worthy“ Ben-Shahar speaks a whole word when he says : Optimalism allows for failure in pursuit of a goal, and expects that while […]

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Eugenics

Galton implied in 1909 when he described eugenics as the: “study of agencies, under social control, which may improve or impair” future generations. Darwin argues evolution by saying: that the greatest step humans could make in their own history would occur when they realized that they were not completely guided by instinct. Eugenics – Wikipedia […]

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Do You Know Why Words Are So Powerful?

You can Theoretically Obliterate a whole wrongly enforced systematic social construct with just one. Melioration When a term begins as pejorative and eventually is adopted in a non-pejorative sense, this is called “melioration” in historical linguistics. It may also be called amelioration, reclaiming,or semantic change. Some examples of melioration are “punk“, “dude” and “nerd“. Pejorative […]

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