Like many of us around the world, I'm watching President elect Trumps press conference. Am I the only one staggering over the idealism in play? Apparently not: this news conference is being held in part over stock market fluctuations related to some of his comments. I'm not ready to speak to what I'm hearing point… Continue reading REPEAL AND REPLACE: “We’re doing THE DEMOCRATS A SERVICE.”
I'm waiting for The Unemployed Philosophers Guild to create Snowdon and Manning votive candles. I plan to make one of my own to take to the movie premiere. Yup, while it may have been love that gave birth to Chelsea Manning, it may also have simply been jealously. Why yes Ms. Manning, I'm broken hearted… Continue reading Snowdon….
Boredom: What is it and how should we respond?
What is Boredom? Why would anyone other than someone who is bored be interested about the topic? Why write about it unless your creating solutions to a problem? Could boredom ever be healthy? Boredom is a feeling first and foremost. It lies at the root of many illnesses, so many in fact, that the modern… Continue reading Boredom: What is it and how should we respond?
There and Back Again: Science from Aristotle thru the Scientific Revolution in a nutshell
Previously, I have done two posts about logical fallacies and the importance of learning how to think. In this series of posts, all the information comes from a class I am taking called Philosophical Borderlands of Science and Religion, subtitled, 'How to think about weird things.' Now that we've covered the importance of logic in… Continue reading There and Back Again: Science from Aristotle thru the Scientific Revolution in a nutshell
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