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Inside Out - No emotions, only feelings

Inside Out seeks to hide its lack of originality behind clever ingenuity. It tells the story of a young girl through her ‘emotions’, except these are nothing more than instinctual reactions. 484 more words

Good & Evil

Group blaming and academic hardship

As of yesterday September has officially begun, and that means time is running out for me before I start university. In fact, I start my second year on September 28th. 1,697 more words


What Is Freethinking All About And Why It Should Be An Important Part Of Our Daily Lives?

Hi, my name is Varniit Nigam and thanks for all of you out there for being here to know what is freethinking all about and the reason behind of me starting this blog named… 467 more words


Elaborating on the principle of Chaos

I have been meaning to elaborate more on the principle of Chaos I mentioned earlier.

In past blog entries I have primarily described Chaos a primordial force in the universe, but now I feel ever closer like Chaos is an individual principle. 216 more words


The biggest culture difference between people

The biggest culture difference between people

The biggest culture difference we have, in every country, is not a question of different background, if it is Mexican, Persian, African or something else; the real biggest culture difference we have is between: “working people” & “career-people”. 93 more words

Lets Talk Knowledge

Here’s a review from NDPR — notwithstanding the reviewer’s criticisms, this may well be a useful update to a longstanding, and often infertile debate.

The traditional opposition between social wholes and individuals rings a bit hollow to contemporary ears, not only because the poles of the opposition are only vaguely or ambiguously conceived, nor solely because one suspects that they are hardly mutually exclusive, but also because this opposition doesn’t include, within the scope of potentially relevant factors it considers, those that are non-human or sub-personal (such as, for instance, human biology, ecology, and artifacts and technology).

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Social Epistemology

A Large Version Of Detroit

Something we observed starkly in the past century is that the fruits of collectivism are ~always~ poverty, want, and gross inequality between the “planners” and the “masses”. 286 more words