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We Are As Many As We Are One

We see ourselves as individuals, a singularity, uniquely identified by name and genetics.  Through the materialization of how we aspire to be we create the building blocks of who we think we are and what others should see in us.  248 more words


Creative Arts & Disability Justice: A Night with Susan Nussbaum (10/30/2014)

Please Join us to hear from an amazing disability rights/justice organizer, writer, and artist – Susan Nussbaum.

In addition to the evening event from 6-8pm, she will also be talking about her activism in relation to the novel in the afternoon from 1:00-2:30 pm, in SAC 254. 285 more words


Cultural Sociology vs Videogames: are We Gamer-Geeks a (Middle-Class) Subculture?

What do we mean when we call something a “subculture”? Most people think of weird and wonderful fashion and/or music – the spectacular. Punks. Cosplayers. Bronies. 2,175 more words


A short story about Love

Today I Saw…

“What I’m saying is that we keep focusing on this idea of romantic existentialism where the real meaning of our existence is expressed through romantic connections and I think that’s just so unproductive, I mean…” 1,270 more words


New Amazon Review

5.0 out of 5 stars

Great, October 23, 2014


mother of 4 (Pocahontas, IL) – See all my reviews

This review is from: Gotta Find a Home: Conversations with Street People (Kindle Edition) 144 more words


A creationist claims that Denmark is in moral chaos because it lacks "wholesome religion" to stave off "toxic religion" (aka Islam)

Ten days ago, the Intelligent Design promoter V. J. Torley wrote an essay at the ID site Uncommon Descent claiming that all was not well in Denmark. 1,157 more words


Jamaican Research: How does Education and Gender impact on work? Part 2

By: Denise N. Fyffe.
Copyright © 2014, Denise N. Fyffe

History of Work

Since Philosophy is the art, which teaches us how to live, those who are most successful in the state are those who have the most interest in prolonging the state as it is and according to (Fowles, 1964. 1,018 more words