Stochocratie Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. La stochocratie, du grec kratein, « diriger, gouverner » et stokhastikos « conjectural, aléatoire », terme inventé en 1998, aussi parfois clérocratie, désigne le tirage au sort (ou élection par le sort) des gouvernants au niveau national ou local. Au Québec, l'action de choisir un représentant du peuple ou un magistrat par tirage au sort est parfois appelée « sortition », un emprunt direct de l'anglais. Origine[modifier | modifier le code] L’expression fut inventée par le philosophe Roger de Sizif, auteur du livre La Stochocratie (Les Belles Lettres, 1998). Applications[modifier | modifier le code] Dans plusieurs pays tels que la France, les États-Unis ou le Royaume-Uni, les jurés de certains procès sont tirés au sort parmi la population.L'Internet Engineering Task Force choisit le comité de sélection des candidats par tirage au sort. Athènes[modifier | modifier le code] Le système de Clisthène[modifier | modifier le code] On peut remarquer:
Assessment, Seducing and Mirroring | Dating a Sociopath Mirror Mirror on the wall, who is the fairest of them all? In the very beginning things feel extremely promising with the sociopath. But you will not know why. You have met what appears to be the person of your dreams. He has assessed you by What you sayBody languageTalks of needs and wantsInformation about your lifeHow much do you have to take? In the beginning the sociopath will ask a lots of questions? The sociopath is a predator and has the ability to read a person better than anyone Despite his warm charismatic extererior, behind this lies a cold calculating mind, not inhibited by emotions. He is the slick, smooth salesman, and will assess you, for what you want, what you need, will mirror back to you, and then ‘sell’ you exactly what you want. The assessment and how they mirror you, will depend on what they want from you. If they need money? “how much is your house worth” ”how much do you earn”“do you have any debts”? From an early point, the sociopath is assessing you. 1. 2. 3.
15 Things You Should Give Up To Be Happy Luminita Saviuc, Purpose FairyWaking Times Here is a list of 15 things which, if you give up on them, will make your life a lot easier and much, much happier. We hold on to so many things that cause us a great deal of pain, stress and suffering – and instead of letting them all go, instead of allowing ourselves to be stress free and happy – we cling on to them. 1. 2. “By letting it go it all gets done. 3. 4. “The mind is a superb instrument if used rightly. 5. “A belief is not an idea held by the mind, it is an idea that holds the mind.” 6. 7. 8. 9. “Follow your bliss and the universe will open doors for you where there were only walls.” 10. “The highest form of ignorance is when you reject something you don’t know anything about.” 11. “The only fear we have to fear, is fear itself.” 12. 13. 14. 15. About the Author Luminita is the author of the fantastic blog, Purpose Fairy, where this article was originally featured.
Watch Psychology » Page 3 of 11 Documentaries Online Free Fear is apparently a universal emotion; all persons, consciously or unconsciously, have fear in some sort. In short, fear is the ability to recognize danger leading to an urge to confront it or flee from it. Very few people understand the programming of fear, and why it distorts our perceptions. While fear is a program used for our survival, fear also creates irrational beliefs that cause larger systems of fear like politics, religion and the media. A Virus Called Fear is short film about the conditioning... Delve into the science of non-verbal signals as this very visual and highly entertaining exposé reveals the hidden language in which 93% of human communication takes place. The Marketing of Madness is the definitive documentary on the psychiatric drugging industry. In 1988, Chris Bryson was found running down a Kansas City street naked, beaten, and bloody wearing nothing but a dog collar and a leash.
What Is Classism Classism is differential treatment based on social class or perceived social class. Classism is the systematic oppression of subordinated class groups to advantage and strengthen the dominant class groups. It’s the systematic assignment of characteristics of worth and ability based on social class. That includes: individual attitudes and behaviors;systems of policies and practices that are set up to benefit the upper classes at the expense of the lower classes, resulting in drastic income and wealth inequality;the rationale that supports these systems and this unequal valuing; andthe culture that perpetuates them. Classism is held in place by a system of beliefs and cultural attitudes that ranks people according to economic status, family lineage, job status, level of education, and other divisions. Middle-class and owning- or ruling-class people (dominant group members) are seen as smarter and more articulate than working-class and poor people (subordinated groups).
The Dance – Sociopath and Empath I am an empath, which to me means I have talents others don’t have and I also have weaknesses. I honestly can’t decide whether or not it’s good or bad to be an empath. It certainly makes me unique! I have experienced things like telepathy, mind reading, psychic visions, etc. without much effort. I can feel people’s emotions and I can relate to them and help them through it. People who haven’t been exposed to what a sociopath is may have a wrong impression about how to spot them. Having encountered a few sociopaths in my life, I can easily describe what “the dance” is like. The second part of the dance is the PUSH/PULL. The reason this becomes a dance is that the sociopath is also attracted to the empath. After the sociopath feels they have adequately yet subtly hooked in the empath is when the ATTACK happens. The next phase is usually GASLIGHTING which involves the sociopath discarding the empath once they’ve gotten what they wanted. So, what is an empath to do really? Like this:
8 Best Free Tools for Internet Security If you're one of those Internet users helping to make "password" the most popular online password for the umpteenth year in a row, you desperately need some help with your Internet security. Online security threats get more sophisticated every year and now, more than ever, it's important to keep your protection tools up-to-date. Luckily for you, web users are often frugal, and you can use and download a multitude of great security tools free of charge. We've compiled the eight best free security tools available. What are some other free security tools that you use? Note: This gallery is organized alphabetically. Image: Flickr, webhamster
The Collective Intelligence: 6 Famous Thought Experiments Explained in 1 Minute Each Einstein once said, “If you can’t explain it simply, you don’t understand it well enough.” The ... Einstein once said, “If you can’t explain it simply, you don’t understand it well enough.” The Open University, an online educational institute, took this seriously. Believe it or not, questions of infinity, defining a twin paradox, and other mind-bogglers, are succinctly and clearly explained in one minute for each idea. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. By Ingrid Longauerová, Epoch Times SOURCE
Working-Class Culture | Working-Class Perspectives So union density in United States has declined yet again. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, only 11.3% of American workers now belong to unions. This compares to 11.8% in 2011, and it’s a long way from the all-time high of 35% in the early 1940s. The “right to work” campaign is expanding – even to Michigan, of all states – along with “austerity” policies that target working people. Since Ronald Reagan launched his attack on labor in 1980, when union density was at 20%, real wages have declined along with union membership to a point where we now have a “gilded age” level of income inequality. In times like these, it is useful to be reminded of what unions can be good for. Bell’s book – subtitled “a novel of immigrant labor in America” when it was republished by the University of Pittsburgh Press in 1976 – follows three generations of a Slovak-American family from arrival in the 1880s up to the unionization of the steel mills in the New Deal era. Nick Coles
Necronomicon Tarot: Excerpt The Tarot of Madness and Beauty The "unmentionable Necronomicon of the mad Arab Abdul Alhazred" is best known from the references that appear in the short stories of H. P. Lovecraft (1890-1937) and other authors who wrote stories grouped together as part of the "Cthulhu Mythos." The stories are filled with tales of evil and horror, of ancient, all-powerful gods who once ruled the earth and who are trying to rule again. Recently, famed occultist Donald Tyson has written two books in this tradition. It's in the Cards The first thing you'll note about the 78 cards of this deck is the spectacular art by the well-known fantasy artist, Anne Stokes. At the same time, the images will have an eerie familiarity. There's More in the Book Next in the box you'll see the book Secrets of the Necronomicon Tarot. But the true strangeness and design is in the cards and their link to the bizarre worlds of the Necronomicon: The fool is the blind idiot god Azathoth. Is This the Deck for You?
Science & Nature - Human Body and Mind 8 TEDtalks That Will Change Your Life Forever 1. Juan Enriquez: Will our kids be a different species? Juan asks in this compelling TEDtalk ‘can we upgrade ourselves?’ His answer immediately puts humankind in perspective. Read more in his book Homo Evolutis. 2. Brené tells us a story about expanding our perception in a way that could change our lives forever. Read more in her book The Gifts of Imperfection: Let Go of Who You Think You’re Supposed to Be and Embrace Who You Are 3. Jane is a gamer. Read more in her book Reality Is Broken: Why Games Make Us Better and How They Can Change The World 4. We often hear that success is a choice, that it is right around the corner and is for everybody to grasp. Read more in his book Status Anxiety 5. Daphne shows the world how an outdated education system can be outperformed in many ways by something new. 6. Do you eat? Learn more about Incredible Edible here 7. Scilla wants to know how to deal with violence in a non-violence way. 8.
Les idées fausses, ça suffit ! ATD Quart Monde vous offre un an d’abonnement à Feuille de Route, le mensuel d’actualités contre la misère. Pour bénéficier de cet abonnement d’un an, cliquez ici Commandez le livre "En finir avec les idées reçues sur les pauvres et la pauvreté" Nous vous invitons à déconstruire des préjugés et des stéréotypes répandus sur la pauvreté et les pauvres, afin que ceux-ci cessent d’être les boucs émissaires des maux de nos sociétés et qu’ils deviennent au contraire des partenaires à part entière dans la construction d’un monde plus juste. Voici quelques-unes de ces idées reçues. Travail réalisé par ATD Quart Monde et la MRIE, Mission Régionale d’Information sur l’Exclusion en Rhône-Alpes. 1) Sur la pauvreté en général « Les pauvres coûtent cher à la société » Oui, et plus que l’on ne pense (et ils rapportent aussi !). 2) Sur les minima sociaux « La France distribue des minima sociaux élevés. » Faux. « Il n’y a pas assez d’argent dans les caisses pour augmenter les minima sociaux » Faux. Faux. Faux.
Important Things From History Everyone Pictures Incorrectly | moco-choco 1. The pyramids of Giza were originally white and shiny. image credit–> amazingbeautifulworld The Perception: Pyramids are a marvel of ancient engineering. The Reality: What we think of today as the Pyramids are really just the exposed layers of the structural base. Thus came the Pyramids, with a structural base of staggered yellow limestone bricks cased in an outer layer of Tura Limestone. Why We Picture it Wrong: If they have survived nearly five thousand years, chances are that they were subject of much amazement and folklores. source–> todayifoundout 2. Given that his light eyes, sharp facial features and long hair (straight from a modern-day conditioner and shampoo advert) are so instantly recognizable, more than half the world identifies Jesus Christ as this picture. It isn’t a modern-day phenomenon either, with Renaissance era paintings (like this illustration from Room of The Segnatura at the Vatican or Good Shepherd) exhibit : image credit–>mindsoap 3. They had feathers. 4. 5. 6.