More Sustainworthying ‘Keys’

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As well as all the
literally “myriads”
of “sustainworthy” and “sustainworthying”
‘Keys’
already brought to your notice
in the progress of this http://lifefresh.net
and within its earlier similar life-supporters
www.lifefresh.co.uk and www.one-human-living.com .

There are many such
sustainworthy and sustainworthying
‘life-keys’
that are
“non-published”
(or ‘yet’; or even ‘publishable’)
such as the warning sharp-stuttering of a bird
when there’s a
‘domesticated’
cat on the prowl …
[which could so quickly kill
your tiny pekinese puppy
and
your
‘uniquely precious parrot
to ‘whom’ you like to give an
open-air garden perch
upon which to enjoy
a sweet summer sunshine day ]

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AND TO BE CONTINUING SOME
e.g.

Ten Logical Pitfalls and How To Avoid Them
(1)
Claiming to Follow Logically :
non-sequiturs and genetic Fallacies.
Jumping tracks‘.

(2)
Making Assumptions: …

(3)
Restricting the Options to Two: …
(4)
Being Unclear: …
(5)
Correlation Confusion : …
(6)
Reverting to Double-Standards: …
(7)
Thinking Wishfully: …
(8)
Detecting…’Red-Herrings’: …
(9)
Attacking an ‘Extraneous’ Point: …
(10)
Redefining Certain Words: …

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Chapter 17
Ten ‘Arguments’ That ‘Changed the World’.

(1)
Suggesting That
Only A Small Elite
Is Clever Enough to be
In Charge.

(2)
Crossing the Line:
An ‘Argument’ for
Breaking the Law.

(3)
: An Argument For Always
Obeying the Law.

(4)
Arguing That Human Misery
is Due to a
Greedy Elite
Exploiting Everyone Else.

(5)
Proving That ‘Logically’ God Exists.

(6)
Proving That ‘In-Practice’ God Does Not Exist.

(7)
Defending Human ‘Rights’.

(8)
Making Everything ‘Relative’.

(9)
Getting ‘All-Relative’ With Einstein.

(10)
Posing Paradoxes To ‘Prove’ Your Point.

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ALSO NOW ADDING
Newly Arriveds

(i)

Deliberative Democracy
“Key Concepts in Political theory”
by Ian O’Flynn

People should [be enabled to] give reasons for their views”
[including of their needs/wants/dreams]
and they should be
willing to listen [equally] with an open mind to what others have to say”.
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Thus we also now have
the descriptive [and ‘Stipulatory’] words
“Sustainworthyingly Deliberative Democratisation”.
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(ii)
The Art of Positive Thinking
by George Green

How to control your negative thoughts.
achieve mindfulness,
and
achieve
your dreams
including

self-love & self-acceptance“.
.

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Going offline-sustainworthying
1715 -> 1743 ->
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johnsdmiles@gmail.com

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