LEV JANASHVILI

LEV JANASHVILI
Location
NEW YORK, New York, United States
Birthday
September 25
Company
IR Maven
Bio
PR guy. Writer. Seeker. Lover. Wounded idealist. Avid student of Campbell, Jung, and Freud. New Yorker (for the past 20 years). Born in the former USSR. Most of my recent writing focuses on the collapse of public trust in the society's institutional pillars. My other blog is at http://janashvili.wordpress.com/

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Salon.com

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    Sensationalizing Neuroscience

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    Atheist Prayer

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    Remembering Joseph Campbell

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    In Defense of Hatred

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    A Radically Honest Dating Profile

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    AOL's Sanctimony

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    Thou Art My Thou

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    Healing the Wounded Idealist

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    A Meditation on Sound and Silence

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    Margin Call: An Uncommon Film

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    Double Standards on Racism

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    Homo Economicus is a Psychopath?

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    The Most Googled Religion

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    The Obsolescence of Sustainability

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