“Bad Thoughts, a guide to clear thinking” — Jamie Whyte


Jamie Whyte’s book “Bad Thoughts” is a tremendous guide for those who are seriously interested in the welfare of everyone in society, and who are not prepared to separate moral and intellectual seriousness.

Whyte’s 152-page book is entertaining and relevant and I do recommend it. In the meantime, I offer a brief and possibly inadequate guide to the key points here.

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  1. northernheckler says:

    OK. I ordered the book, to prove I’m not a closed mind socialist. Looks interesting actually( Is that an opinion or a fact – well it’s a fact to me, and an opinion to anyone else, but it is a fact that it’s my opinion – See we’ve (probably) lost anyone from the BNP already !).

    Will read it on the train.

    Just out of interest could anyone point me to documentation on the differences between WordPress.org & WordPress.com – it’s confusing the life out of me just sending a comment.

  2. Steve says:

    WordPress.org produce the content management system which is hosted by wordpress.com. More here:

    http://en.wordpress.com/about/

    As it happens, this site is hosted by me on my own server, not by wordpress.com.

    Now I’m confused! 😉