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Rethink Religion: Part 2

Hey there! If this is your first time tuning in, then I invite you to check out the other posts in this series. Today we’ll be talking about how your view of God changes based on what you practice: Religion vs. 1,251 more words

Who We Are

Black Holes and Toilets

Some people believe in free will. Some believe in fate. Some in a mixture of both. I’ve mostly always believed in free will. I can do whatever I choose to and that is the beauty of life. 2,216 more words

My Problem with the Two Lever Argument Against Free Will

I’m fascinated by people who, like Daniel Miessler in his article The Two-lever Argument Against Free Will, claim that humans only have “the sensation” of free will. 570 more words


Sin, Chapter 7

Sin stared back at Eyes, not in the least concerned.

Come, said Sin. It is time to leave.

Sin turned around and headed back the way they had come, not looking to see if Eyes was following. 587 more words


The Epicurean philosophy of mind and free will

by Tim Harding

Epicurus’ philosophy of mind is perhaps best explained in terms of Epicurean physics.  Epicurus is a materialist who thinks that the natural world is all that exists, so his physics is a general theory of what exists and its nature, including human bodies and minds (O’Keefe 2010: 11-12). 1,412 more words

Essays And Talks


Your personal number for 2016 is obtained by adding 9 to your month and day of birth. (2016 adds up to 9).  For example, if you were born on January 18, add 1+1+8+9 =19.   6,642 more words