Monthly Archives: March 2012

Charles-Louis Montesquieu and Social Anthropology #2

Continuation of the previous part… …In the first Letters, touched by nostalgia for the home the Persian travelers Uzbek and Rica left, Montesquieu introduces readers to Persian culture, sparkling further letters with references to other Persian (Zoroastrian), Hindu, and, of … Continue reading

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JetBlue captain meltdown, American Airlines fligh attendant meltdown, what’s next?

For a short period of time we hear yet another story about psycho meltdowns of members of air crews. What is this? Are those just weird, atypical exceptions, without any lessons to be learned? Or these are the manifestations of … Continue reading

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Charles-Louis Montesquieu and Social Anthropology #1

By his professional occupation Charles-Louis Montesquieu was literally a baron. He inherited the title of baron de Montesquieu, and what is most important, the post of principle magistrate of the appeal court of Bordeaux after his uncle Jean-Baptiste. The interest … Continue reading

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“Justice for Trayvon Martin” petition

“Justice for Trayvon Martin” petition However. It’s alarming that this case quickly turns into a matter of race. Of course, Al Capone was jailed for tax evasion, and Zimmerman may be gotten by Feds on racial-inspired crime claim. But the … Continue reading

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