[jhb_airlines] Re: IFC

  • From: pdodds@xxxxxxxxxxxxx (Peter Dodds)
  • To: jhb_airlines@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Wed, 6 Dec 2006 16:27 +0000 (GMT Standard Time)

A neat summary of the new book just out "The Social Structure of the English 
Speaking Peoples" by G. 
Winskill, in line for this years Nobel prize for philosophy.  <g>

The problem with every system/structure is that there are advantages and 
disadavantages, and often 
the disadvantages get given too much weight. For example we try to alleviate 
poverty and suffering, 
but only succeed in shifting it to another set of parameters. I was deprived as 
a boy because I only 
got one present at Christmas, had hardly any pocket money and was caned at 
school.  Today children 
who are deprived are deprived because they only have one parent.  Which is 
worse? Is indeed either 
perceived to be worse by the "victim"?


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