Category Archives: Ron Brandstetter

The Foundations of Morality, And Where Plato Went Wrong

Author’s note: Readers not familiar with my work might wish to start with this article, the summary of my next book, which explains the basics of my thoughts on human beings and social sciences.  Get yourself a snack and a … Continue reading

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Advanced Theodicy for Practical People

Let’s see if we can’t get a little deeper into the question of theodicy, the question of why “god” allows evil to exist in the world. I am qualified to be your guide today, as I do consider myself to … Continue reading

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Breaking News – Government Endorses Ron’s First Book!

Using the logic of the advertising and public relations industries, it can now be said that the American government unofficially endorses Ron’s first great book, The Get-Ready Man (1980).
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Why I Won’t Be tweeting

I am the historian who wants a History of every single human being in our world, and Twitter is obviously a huge step on the path of recording the thoughts and actions of every individual in today’s world … Yet if you wish me to be Twittering and tweeting … then you need to visit this blog a lot and … help make this blog a big success, so I can hire an assistant … Continue reading

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History — It’s Happening Every Second!

This blog is dedicated to the work of Ron Brandstetter.

My mission is to help people think better thoughts. I’m not going to claim that this always or ever brings instant success and happiness … Thus the mission of this website: to help us plan and achieve positive social change to create a better world for ourselves and our grandchildren. I do believe my effort at re-defining the social sciences … can be a helpful step in this process. Continue reading

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