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UT Social Research Workshop: Harry F. Dahms

Note:  This is one of several manuscripts of the same paper.  The final version will include a segment on “vitacide” — the persistent and resurgent proclivity of humans to destroy life, including their own and each others’ (not to mention plants and animals).  The assertion is that “vitacide” (rather than “occasional” genocides) constitute the vanishing point of the human species, absent major qualitative changes and determined, concerted, and consistent efforts to avert the “evolutionary” trajectory that has been building since the beginning of the modern age, of which vitacide is one tangible and likely — but not an inevitable — outcome.