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Dr. Octagon

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  1. http://www.lacan.com/zizek-matrix.htm http://getwiki.net/-The_Illusion_of_Choice
  2. (1967). The Responsibility of Intellectuals (1969). American Power and the New Mandarins (1970). "Notes on Anarchism", New York Review of Books (1970). At war with Asia (1970). Two Essays on Cambodia (1971). Chomsky: selected readings (1971). Problems of Knowledge and Freedom (1973). For Reasons of State (1973). Counter-Revolutionary Violence - Bloodbaths in Fact & Propaganda (with Edward S. Herman) (1974). Peace in the Middle East? Reflections on Justice and Nationhood (1976). Intellectuals and the State (1978). Human Rights and American Foreign Policy (1979). Language and Responsibility (1979). The Political Economy of Human Rights, Volume I: The Washington Connection and Third World Fascism (with Edward Herman) (1979). The Political Economy of Human Rights, Volume II: After the Cataclysm: Postwar Indochina and the Reconstruction of Imperial Ideology (with Edward Herman) (1981). Radical Priorities (1982). Superpowers in collision: the cold war now (1982). Towards a New Cold War: Essays on the Current Crisis and How We Got There (1983). The Fateful Triangle: The United States, Israel, and the Palestinians (1985). Turning the Tide : U.S. intervention in Central America and the Struggle for Peace (1986). Pirates and Emperors: International Terrorism in the Real World (1986). The Race to Destruction: Its Rational Basis (1987). The Chomsky Reader (1987). On Power and Ideology (1987). Turning the Tide: the U.S. and Latin America (1988). The Culture of Terrorism (1988). Language and Politics (1988). Manufacturing Consent: The Political Economy of the Mass Media (with Edward Herman) (1989). Necessary Illusions (1991). Terrorizing the Neighborhood (1992). What Uncle Sam Really Wants (1992). Chronicles of Dissent (1992). Deterring Democracy (1993). Letters from Lexington: Reflections on Propaganda (1993). The Prosperous Few and the Restless Many (1993). Rethinking Camelot: JFK, the Vietnam War, and U.S. Political Culture (1993). World Order and Its Rules: Variations on Some Themes (1993). Year 501: The Conquest Continues (1994). Keeping the rabble in Line (1994). Secrets, Lies, and Democracy (1994). World Orders, Old and New (1996). Powers and Prospects: Reflections on Human Nature and the Social Order (1996). Class Warfare (1997). One Chapter, The Cold War and the University (1997). Media Control: The Spectacular Achievements of Propaganda (1998). The Common Good (1999). The Umbrella of US Power (1999). Latin America: From Colonization to Globalization (1999). Acts of Aggression: Policing "Rogue" States (with Edward W. Said) (1999). The New Military Humanism: Lessons from Kosovo (1999). Profit over People: Neoliberalism and Global Order (1999). The Fateful Triangle (updated edition) (2000). Chomsky on Mis-Education (edited by Donaldo Macedo) (2000). A New Generation Draws the Line: Kosovo, East Timor and the Standards of the West (2000). Rogue States: The Rule of Force in World Affairs (2001). Propaganda and the Public Mind (2001). 9-11 (2002). Understanding Power: The Indispensable Chomsky (2002). Chomsky on Democracy and Education (edited by C.P. Otero) (2002). Media Control (Second Edition) (2002). Pirates and Emperors, Old and New: International Terrorism in the Real World (2003). Power and Terror: Post-9/11 Talks and Interviews (2003). Middle East Illusions: Including Peace in the Middle East? Reflections on Justice and Nationhood (2003). Hegemony or Survival: America's Quest for Global Dominance (2003). Znet article, Deep Concerns http://www.zmag.org/content/showarticle.cfm?ItemID=3293 (2004). Getting Haiti Right This Time: The U.S. and the Coup (with Paul Farmer and Amy Goodman) (2005). Chomsky on Anarchism (edited by Barry Pateman) Government in the future. Seven Stories Press. 2005. ISBN 1583226850. Text of the lecture given at the Poetry Center, New York, February 16, 1970. (2005). Imperial Ambitions: Conversations on the Post-9/11 World (2006). Failed States: The Abuse of Power and the Assault on Democracy (2006). Perilous Power. The Middle East and U.S. Foreign Policy. Dialogues on Terror, Democracy, War, and Justice (with Gilbert Achcar) (2007). Interventions (City Lights Publishers) ISBN 9780872864832 (2007). What We Say Goes: Conversations on U.S. Power in a Changing World Every book by Noam Chomsky. LOL.
  3. Ok I think this aff has officially hit the fan. Does Szaz's work only apply to mental illness' because to me it seemed like it is and indictment of the USFG and the Pharmaceutical companies working together to control amercican's am I right with this interp of his lit?
  4. I Knew you would say that but hmmm there has to be some kind of author indictment that doesn't come from the feds/pharmaceutical company's I must admit I wil definetly be reading into SZAZ great shit for this topic. All we have to do is find that if we do the Aff's still good if not were fucked and so is everyone else who runs an aff like this this book is all about indicting SZAZ's work. THE DICHOTOMY GAME A FURTHER CONSIDERATION OF THE WRITINGS OF DR. THOMAS SZASZ By: FREDERICK B. GLASER
  5. Your right this would be good neg lit for aff's like these but we can stiill cut it and just try to argue the credibilty of SZAZ Szasz's critics maintain that, contrary to his views, such illnesses are now regularly "approached, measured, or tested in scientific fashion."[10] The list of groups that reject his opinion that mental illness is a myth include the American Medical Association (AMA) , American Psychiatric Association (APA) and the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH). The effectiveness of medication has been used as an argument against Szasz’s idea that depression is a myth. In a debate with Szasz, Donald F. Klein, M.D explained: “It is that elementary fact, that the antidepressants do little to normals, and are tremendously effective in the clinically depressed person, that shows us that this is an illness” [11] In the same debate Frederick K. Goodwin, M.D asserts : "The concept of disease in medicine really means a cluster of symptoms that people can agree about, and in the case of depression we agree 80% of the time. It is a cluster of symptoms that predicts something.” [12] Thus addressing Szasz’s idea that only mental illnesses are defined based on consensus and symptom clusters. There is also the criticism that many physical diseases were identified and even treated with at least some success decades, centuries, or millennia before their etiology was accurately identified. Diabetes is one notable example. In the eyes of Szasz's critics, such historical facts tend to undermine his contention that mental illnesses must be "fake diseases" because their etiology in the brain is not well understood.
  6. Dr. Octagon

    Statism K

    Isn't this a viable CP
  7. What I'm cuttin as we speak. Smart. sucks
  8. Help think of advantages?
  9. U-TARP II pass now take a ton of Obama PC L-Alt. Energy policies suck up Obama PC IL-TARP II key to saving economy IM-Bearden 2k,
  10. What are the advantages for this case?
  11. Dr. Octagon

    T

    yes it is ok but, it is not good to run more than 4 i think at that point i think it is abusive.
  12. as an advantage how about mental illness---->violence i found lots of good statistics and ev on this.
  13. I've found ev saying poverty---->mental illness and mental illness---->poverty do you want both or just mental illness--->poverty?
  14. http://server03.cpa-apc.org:8080/Publications/archives/CJP/1997/April/revpaper2_0497.htm Very interesting this is what you are looking for right? ok.
  15. yep ill post if i get anything.
  16. I would like to join in on this project ok?
  17. A prolonged US recesssion will spread globally and cause conflicts that slaughter millions Business World 1/8/98 A global recession will make the 1929 depression in the US look like a sari-sari store closing down. Global recession will lay off millions across the planet, and trigger a stoppage of production in all types of industries. Industry-based nations with little or no agrarian economy, such as Singapore, will be the first to feel the pinch. Moving out of recession takes time and while the crisis continues, despair will negate further efforts towards growth and induce more crimes and war. In other words, a protracted recession will make it harder to get out of it and may cause a depression. A global depression can kill more people at a shorter time than a protracted regional war. The IMF-World Bank bailout of beleaguered Asian economies, especially South Korea, is urgent since the ongoing regional recession may indeed spread out to affect even the more stable American economy. An American recession will surely trigger a global recession. The South Korea $50 billion bailout, the biggest ever, bigger than the Mexican bailout, hints how urgent the situation is.
  18. Me and my partner flow on my laptop, It takes out the problem of bad handwriting but I understand this isn't an option for everyone.
  19. Wu tang clan ain't nothin ta fuck wit-wu tang clan Bring da ruckus-wu tang clan
  20. I know what the ashtar command is but how would the CP work? The USFG should consult the Ashtar Command over_________? net benefit_________________?
  21. Dr. Octagon

    Mindset K

    I'm not understanding this DA i read previous posts and it seems to deal with moral issues also would this be a linear DA?
  22. Dr. Octagon

    Mindset K

    I have dropped the idea of running this as a K but as brorlob suggested a CP with the Objectivism DA.
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