Submitted by Ricardo Begonha, Published on Sun, 11/06/2011 - 7:54pm
A train of thought transmits upon those who believe in it its explicit and implicit ideas. The first are the main characteristics which define most of the ideology and are normally static. These concepts are the ones upon all the members agree in order to be apart of a given organization. The implicit ideas though, develop naturally from the main premises but vary according to the individual.
Submitted by PRACTICEEMPATHY, Published on Sat, 11/05/2011 - 1:18am
I recently took a job with a company that does surveys over the phone. We call people and ask them if they care to take a short survey--sometimes they are political sometimes they are public opinion and sometimes they have been regarding an issue in the news--maybe even a specific company and their reputation.
Submitted by Tomi Astikainen, Published on Sat, 11/05/2011 - 1:16am
In early 2009 I saw ”Zeitgeist: Addendum”. It was the first time I really understood how the money system works - that every cent in my wallet is someone else's debt. It posed a moral dilemma. I didn't want my success make others fail. I wanted to give up using money altogether.
Submitted by Luka Nieto Garay, Published on Sat, 11/05/2011 - 1:03am
In Psychology there is a concept referred to as cognitive dissonance which alludes to the «tension or internal discord of the belief system that someone perceives while holding two conflicting ideas all at once.» That is, holding two antithetical ideas simultaneously.