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August 20, 2012

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Vicenç

In my experience, indignation often prevents from taking action: you do not neeed to take responsibility/action for anything that happens in society "because everything is so rotten".

It sure feels good to be on the right side, but if you want things to change it is important to get pleasure from other sources, rather than from indignation

Dan Hull

It's so expensive to be "right". You know?

alex

Are there any possible links between self-righteousness and a model of the brain as a chaotically connected dynamic network of seven modules: Integration, Information, Motivation, Intention, Volition, Action, and Reflection also called CEREBRART?

thebeautifulbrain.com/2012/08/cerebrart/

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