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I love this quote. From today onwards I am going to make a conscious effort to focus my attention to the discussion of ideas, experiences and adventures, instead of the lives and actions of other people. 112 more words


What is "Mythos" and "Logos"?

I have recently noticed that a good deal of traffic to this website is driven by searches for the terms “mythos” and “logos” — and yet, despite the name of this website, I have not yet provided an adequate explanation for these terms. 1,557 more words


Logical Arguments. Syllogisms, and Logical Connectives.

As in the previous post, this will once again be an overview. There are many different methodologies and factors to keep in mind and I cannot be conclusive here. 1,017 more words


An Essay on Euripides

So, I just got my papers grade last night.  I thought I would share it, and mind you this is an English 200 – Advanced Composition Class. 2,482 more words

Random 2014

Building The New

What a whirl wind of a year. NYE in Berlin. Three months teaching English in Romania. Exploring Budapest, Warsaw and Istanbul. Stepping into the unknown as a CRT in Term 2. 263 more words


Learn To Do A Backflip

“No man has the right to be an amateur in the matter of physical training. It is a shame for a man to grow old without seeing the beauty and strength of which his body is capable.” ~ Socrates… 85 more words

Walking with Socrates

There’s this game I play from time to time, which for lack of a better term I’ll call Walking with Socrates. In my imagination, the Greek philosopher has reincarnated and I am his guide through the modern world. 911 more words