Immanuel Kant’s Critique of Pure Reason uses difficult language, and I found myself constantly referencing the introduction or making a quick google search to help guide me through this piece. 275 more words
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In Book VI of Nicomachean Ethics, Aristotle delivers an intriguing example explaining the connection between practical knowledge and experience.
“This is why some who do not know, and especially those who have experience, are more practical than others who know; for if a man knew that light meats are digestible and wholesome, but did not know which sorts of meat are light, he would not produce health, but the man who knows that chicken is wholesome is more likely to produce health” (7, page 1802). 177 more words
A couple of days ago, I was trying to decide what I was most in the mood to write about, but nothing seemed right. I had a few ideas in my head, but they were all about fiction, especially science fiction, and almost nobody has ever seemed interested in anything I’ve ever written for that genre. 1,542 more words
There are those quintessential skills that we can all agree every human should have, including wilderness and survival skills. However, in this day and age, there are another set of skills we should acquire in addition to basic survival skills. 516 more words
One of the exciting aspects of attending the TEDActive conference each year is the prospect of getting involved in a variety of new and innovative projects that occur outside of the TED Talks. 361 more words
My best friend Katie came to visit me in Melbourne, Australia from Yorkshire, England. I wanted to have the Eureka Skydeck experience for a long time because I am a huge fan of the Merlin Group attractions I just needed an excuse to go and Katie was the perfect excuse to be a tourist again. 627 more words