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Coming Back to What Started It All, Dwight Holbrook

Author Information: Dwight Holbrook, Adam Mickiewicz University, hdwight10021@yahoo.com

Holbrook, Dwight. “Coming Back to What Started It All.” Social Epistemology Review and Reply Collective 4, no. 7 (2015): 63-68. 2,888 more words

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Book Review (analysis and synthesis): Those Terrible Middle Ages! by Regine Pernoud

Author: Regine Pernoud. A French woman who lived from 1909 to 1998. She was a Doctor of Literature, Archivist, Medievalist, Historian, Curator, and Writer.

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Zero One Zero



Asleep amid

The growing tensions,

Avoidance of the trouble around,



An acceptance

Of one’s fate;

Of one’s place in chaos

Within and around the mesmerizing phantasmagoria; all consuming… 33 more words


Consciousness is Light. The external world is Dark.

Consciousness is “light” (jyoti) because light illuminates the world and makes it perceptible. External objects are described as “dark” (tamas) because they are insentient. Yes, this is a dualistic paradigm, but is nonetheless useful and accurate because it describes the situation in the external world – which in fact is a dualistic reality. 272 more words

Why Adverse Childhood Experiences Cause Later Physical and Mental Disease

Organizations like the Brainwave Trust represent a meritorious leap forward in the public face of science. Gone is the dogma of genetic determinism or the idea of a gene for this or that determining our fate. 2,983 more words

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Moby-Dick, Herman Melville

“As anyone encountering Moby-Dick for the first time will discover, it is a book that struggles to maintain its narrative drive against the impulse to digress and meditate and play. 1,540 more words


Questioning Agency over Identity: The Male/Female Dualism

There are many axioms used to pinpoint what defines who we are. For instance, ‘You are what you do’ or as Jude in the movie… 1,927 more words