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Man and his Creativity @ Atheneum School

Man and his Creativity


by James Michael Perry

To take another’s view on justice is absurd; it is the same as taking second hand education from the original thinker, except this time you, as the original thinker, is missing. If it is not arbitrary, it is fixed on concrete rules and these rules are not creative past the point of indoctrination. Without creativity, the vitality of the rules is missing and without the vitality of the ground rules, society will lose its own vitality. Many societies (such as America) go through periods as if they are a rapid growing infant. The societies create laws, change laws and redefine right and wrong. Then they plateau. The founding fathers had important questions e.g. they were thinking about liberty but now we are static because we take liberty for granted.
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