Since at least the mid-1980s, parents have worried that their kids are playing too many video games. Tobi Lutke was one of those kids. Born in 1980, he spent his formative years staring into a faintly glowing screen while anxiously mashing buttons. 376 more words
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The DP’s Theory of Knowledge seems to regularly make many people very uncomfortable. Perhaps it’s because of the fact that there’s no “right answer”. Perhaps it’s because it’s so inherently interdisciplinary that it regularly pushes people well out of their subject-specialist comfort zones. 907 more words
This post concerns the work Concluding Unscientific Postscript (of pseudonymous author Johannes Climacus) written by existentialist Soren Kierkegaard and the discussion by Robert Adams in “Kierkegaard’s Arguments against Objective Reasoning in Religion”. 1,271 more words
Culture Wars: Church and State Issues and Illegal Immigration
Church and State: Where do we draw the Line?
C .A. Davidson
The overall responsibility of our nation is to protect her citizens from foreign invasion and crimes against other citizens, 1,551 more words