Have you ever changed your mind before? It is likely that many of us have had a firm stance on an issue, only to have our minds swayed after finding out the other side of the story. 561 more words
I’ve written blogs about how random strangers have come up to me and lectured me about my choice of phone and or tablet, which is the Apple versions, so I won’t bore you there, I also have other apple products, making me a fanboi because apparently there is no fangirl, geeks never get laid, so they have no use for gender other than insults apparently. 549 more words
Good Morning America, Oct. 11, 200.
A new short film by a New York City high school student asks how far our society has come in its attitude toward race since the 1940s. 168 more words
At any worldview’s core, there is circular reasoning. One cannot justify the axiomatic assumptions of their worldview without appealing to those assumptions. But this does not mean that all worldviews are false or invalid, rather it simply means that circularity is necessary to any worldview. 1,040 more words