Rivalry Results in Strife

Rivalry Results in Strife

"Rivalry results in strife," writes Seneca in Letters From a Stoic. A quick Google search of strife gives us the definition: angry or bitter disagreement over fundamental issues; conflict. Rivalry heightens our disagreements, it clouds our judgments, and creates enemies who will oppose us. When we give in to rivalrous forms of thinking, we compare … Continue reading Rivalry Results in Strife

Physical Conflict and Military Economies

I'm currently reading The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich by William Shirer. Shirer takes us on a journey from the rise of the Nazis in Germany through the Second World War to Hitler and Nazi Germany's defeat. I'm only a couple of hundred pages in, and just finished a section about Nazi Germany's … Continue reading Physical Conflict and Military Economies