The Fig Leaf Conspiracy

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CeShore, 2004 - Philosophy - 182 pages
The world as it is perceived is beset with problems. From time immemorial, solutions to the world's problems have proved elusive, but the number and complexity of common woes have only increased. Why? Because we attempt to solve problems by changing their forms, not by eliminating their root cause.

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