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Time

“Time” is the same perpetual experience of Presence where ever you are. Eternity exists in every “Now” (Causae Vitae)

Philosophy

My Career Story published by Vitae

This post reflects on some of the emotional and personal struggles I have experienced during my somewhat precarious and unexpected career path through academia. I reflect on my motivation behind contributing my career story to Vitae and link to what is a great resource for any researcher that is unsure about what to do next in their career. 720 more words

Higher Education

12 important changes to make to your Curriculum Vitae (CV) in 2015

With the increasing influence of social media in everyday life, the dynamics are changing in the labour market, it was for this reason we sought out Jimmy Braimah, Partner at Edge Recruiter Nigeria Limited who shared some relevant changes to make to a CV in 2015. 785 more words

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Death and Life

“Death” is just the state of unawareness of sentience you already experienced as an unborn. Fear not dying while you live. You have plenty of time to be dead later (Causae Vitae)

Philosophy

Appartamento Dulcis Vitae La Morra For

Appartamento dulcis vitae La morra is located in Italy, on .

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Mainly because of its prohibition of all forms of artificial contraception, the encyclical was politically controversial, but affirms Church moral teaching from time immemorial on the sanctity of life and the procreative and unitive nature of conjugal relations. 143 more words

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How English (and philosophy, and history) Work

Here is an article by Paula Krebs, dean of humanities at Bridgewater State University in Massachusetts, appearing in Vitae. It’s initially about how Victorian writers might respond to the recent and unfolding events in Ferguson, MO, but eventually widens its focus to talk about what people educated in the humanities (e.g., English, history, & philosophy majors) bring to the table, work-wise, that more narrowly educated people do not. 204 more words

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