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To Think or Not To Think

 Tracing the bifurcating roads of thinking and believing

There exists an eternal feud between religion and science, just as there exists a gap between conformism or intuition and thinking or consistent questioning. 395 more words


One of my most embarassing flaws is naïveté.  I’ve had to expend a lot of effort to try to overcome it, but the tendency towards credulity remains as a paradigm in my thinking.  649 more words


Argumentative Characteristics

There are times in relationships either personal or professional whereas you come across a loud, argumentative and entitled individual. They are the ones that always feel they are trying to help you but… … 183 more words


April 9, 2016

Not only students, but their parents. And our colleagues. Sigh.

By Dan Piraro

Source: April 9, 2016

Classroom Teaching


When you consider the damage it does, the pain it provokes and the risks it involves, one should have some pretty good reasons to do it.   661 more words


This  will present a problem for Hillary if she wins in November, but it already presents a problem for me concerning the American presidential campaign and the American voting public.  166 more words

When you stop believing in God

One of the peculiar sins of the twentieth century which we’ve developed to a very high level is the sin of credulity. It has been said that when human beings stop believing in God they believe in nothing. 11 more words