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Prepare for Glory

I remember my growing up years, how I and the children my age are engulfed with different goals, aspirations, and ambitions. Chidinma will say, “I want to be a lawyer”, Segun says he wants to be an Engineer, Bashiru, I think, wanted to be an architect, I wanted to be a medical doctor, and ofcourse, little or no child desired to be a Teacher. 416 more words

Inspire Me

How the GOP is losing to libertarianism

One of the biggest lies ever told is that to be against abortion or gay “marriage” is to take an undue interest in the lives of other people. 1,095 more words


"A Libertarian Curmudgeon's Advice for Life, Love, & Making a Living: A Review of Charles Murray’s 'The Curmudgeon's Guide to Getting Ahead'" (Crown, 2014)

A Libertarian Curmudgeon’s Advice for Life, Love, & Making a Living:
A Review of Charles Murray’s The Curmudgeon’s Guide to Getting Ahead (Crown, 2014)
Dr. Mark S. 952 more words

Moral Philosophy

Embracing the unexplained ...

… by putting the immaterial on the table? Is there any kind of thing in the universe in addition to the stuff physicists study?

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P3: What Am I?

What does it mean to be happy?

Happiness and its discontents.  Is happiness being satisfied with your life? Is it pleasure and the absence of pain? According to Daniel Haybron, it’s an emotional state. 61 more words

P3: What Am I?

Space and Time: Interpersonal Relationships on the New Technology Frontier (Part 3)

In my first two posts on the subject, I got into the limitations of virtual relationships. In this post I am going to analyze why we seek such relationships out. 1,205 more words

The Future, Science & Technology