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Sound As Domination

This is a recording of a presentation called “Sound As Domination” that I gave at Game Audio Boston’s “Lightning Talks” on Tue, December 12, 2017… 281 more words


Feeling empathy: from the Ancient Greeks to the mirror neurons.

Many times in my life I felt the same feelings other did as though they were mine: I felt the same joy and sometimes the same agony, as though we were interconnected. 298 more words


Talking about free will, part 1

A: I recently read that it’s a scientific fact that we don’t have free will.

B: Yeah, well, don’t believe everything you read.

A: Ha! The author had a response for people like you – belief in free will is so comforting that people will deny all evidence to the contrary. 909 more words


Religious Education by Immanuel Kant 1803 tr 1908

From The Educational Theory of Immanuel Kant; tr. and ed. with an introduction by Edward Franklin Buchner 1908

Religious Education P. 104ff

When we come to consider the religious education of children, the first question is, whether it is possible to inculcate religious ideas upon young children. 1,307 more words

World Of The Spirit

"Kant" Revisited: The Categorical Imperative

When questioned about his writing, GWF Hegel (supposedly) said: “when I wrote that, only God and me knew what I meant and now…only God knows.” 3,054 more words

Always recognize...

Always recognize that human individuals are ends, and do not use them as means to your end.

Immanuel Kant


On the Discourse of Divine Justice

In the 1800’s, during the Enlightenment, religious institutions had to find a way to justify their beliefs. While scientific findings, at that time and now, becoming increasingly undeniable, the church found the need to defend the faith with philosophical arguments. 793 more words