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Determinisme en vrije wil (II)

Weinig begrippen hebben zoveel verschillende betekenissen als de filosofische begrippen determinisme en vrije wil. Hieronder een korte uitleg van twee betekenissen en mijn ideeën over… 502 more words

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Stress is in Not Getting What You Want.

Thursday, 03 September 2015

The past two blog posts demonstrate how thinking patters are related to stress. In a nut shell, what you do want and not getting and getting what you do not want. 557 more words

Stress, Neuroscience, High Performance

Awareness, Sensibility, and (maybe) Compassion

These are, it seems to me, where things have been going a bit pear-shaped, of late.  The immediate reflection, in my world, is the drivers hereabouts, but it seems to be indicative of a larger problem. 385 more words

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Trivia Thursday: Big Brother is Watching

Should a government be allowed to oversee and control the decisions of its citizens? Most people don’t seem to think so, which is why news about surveillance, such as… 422 more words

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The Media Machine: A Thinking Exercise

My eyes were opened to the state of the world when I began researching the media and taking a closer look at the news stories that were generating discussion in my community (ninth or tenth grade high school students at the time) and within my family. 1,549 more words


Amusing Ourselves to Death, Part 8: The Impact on Religious Discourse

Postman now turns his attention to analyzing the consequences of the use of television on religious discourse (or lack thereof) in Chapter Eight, “Shuffle Off to Bethlehem.” Every serious Christian should read this chapter closely. 706 more words

Culture & Media

It’s a Matter of Balance

Carol A. Hand

Be moderate in all things:
Watch, listen, and consider:
Your deeds will be prudent.
(Midewiwin Code)(Source: Johnston, 1976, p. 93) 893 more words

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