Date of publication: 2017-07-09 01:11
There are, ultimately, two dominant strategies: cooperate or compete. If you want widespread prosperity, the dominant strategy in your ideology must be cooperation, though competition has its place. And ultimately the difference between the right and the left is this: The right thinks you get more out of people by treating them badly, the left thinks you get more out of people by treating them well.
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So, as you read the essay prompt, really pay attention to what it's asking. For example, if you are presented with a position statement and you're asked to provide your opinion on the expressed position, be sure that you're clear on what you need to write about. Does the prompt ask you whether you completely support or oppose the stated position? Or does it ask to what degree you support or oppose it? Keep in mind that you might be asked not just for a black or white answer but for a shade of gray. You might also be asked, for example, whether the stated position has some merit, even if you don't completely agree with it.
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When I said an ideology must match the material conditions I of course meant the end of Fordism, the end of modernism, and the end of mass communication. This is partly what tiqqun, TC, Hardt & Negri etc are getting at, you cannot impose a universalist egalitarian ideology on the twitter/facebook crowd, the only crowd that really counts in 8775 The Coming Revolution. 8776 They are not listening.
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Megan E. Bradley Megan E. Bradley, ., is a Professor of Psychology at Frostburg State University (FSU), in western Maryland. She received her . from University of Maryland, Baltimore County in applied developmental psychology and a Master’s in clinical psychology from Marshall University. She is coordinator of her university’s General Psychology Program, which has presented its effectiveness in student learning in several conferences. Megan is a Table Leader and Question Writer for the AP Psychology Exam and chairs the CLEP: Human Growth and Development committee for Educational Testing Service. Honors and awards include the USM Regent’s Award in Teaching in 7565 and FSU’s Academic Achievement Award in Professional Development in 7559.