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Speaking of epidemics and the need for cures

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by Kathie MM Racialopathy and ethnicopathy are intimately related to another form of social pathology—addiction to guns—a topic regularly addressed on engaging peace—e.g., in 2011, in 2012, in 2013,  in 2014, in 2015, in 2016, and in 2017. A must-read article … Continue reading

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Beware Resurgence of Deadly Diseases, Part 3

by Kathie MM Out, out damn deadly disease! We recently began a series on racialopathy and ethnicopathy , deadly social diseases, all too contagious in these virulent times. How can we stop them? Many diseases—think of cancer—are very complex, taking different forms, … Continue reading

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Beware Resurgence of Deadly Diseases, Part 2

By Kathie MM In my last post , I described causes, contexts, and symptoms of a major form of social pathology—racialopathy. Racialopathy is a subtype of a much broader  social pathology—ethnicopathy. In all cases, the carriers of the disease tend to be … Continue reading

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Beware Resurgence of Deadly Diseases, Part 1

by Kathie MM You have probably read about the resurgence of long-suppressed infectious diseases such as malaria and typhoid fever. Drug-resistant forms of malaria are reaching epidemic levels in Asia and drug-resistant forms of typhoid  are doing the same in Africa. … Continue reading

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