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Hello world

My name is Ana. And it is really difficult to write this post for the same cliche reason people have been evoking for ages when trying to say something coherent about themselves – I don’t know and I lack the ability to try to find out something pretty interesting or not-weird-at-all or in any way memorable to say about myself. 758 more words



What I really want to do
Is pour my heart out
On this blog.

Write what I feel like
And write it all
Complete and true… 56 more words


The Most Inexcusable Crime in the Muslim World

by Uzay Bulut

….In Islamic Sharia law, a free mind is the most inexcusable crime in the Muslim world. Being imprisoned, tortured or put to death for having one is also the reason there are centuries between Muslim countries and the West in the field of human liberation. 472 more words


Join the Club or Be Looked Down Upon

“Here’s a quote from Rick Perry,” my professor said as he clicked to the next slide in the PowerPoint. “As you can see, we need more enlightened politicians.” He clicked again. 720 more words


On freedom (of thought) and free will.

Do you know the feeling of not wanting to go on reading a book because one particular passage is simply so to the point that it feels like everything else will fade in comparison? 539 more words


Descartes, Locke, and Kant: Consultants (or, Pull Your Head Out of Your Phone)

Questioning assumptions is part of the core ideology of process improvement. Interestingly, one thing that often escapes scrutiny is our assumptions about some pretty important ideas such as individualism and freedom of thought. 1,053 more words

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