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Clifford’s argument, written in standard form
P1: Entertaining a belief without sufficient evidence or investigation will lead to negative results that the party who held the belief is always responsible for. 366 more words

The Brothers Karamazov - Fyodor Dostoyevsky

Alexei Fyodorovich Karamazov was the third son of a landowner from our district, Fyodor Pavlovich Karamazov, well known in his own day (and still remembered among us) because of his dark and tragic death, which happened exactly thirteen years ago and which I shall speak of in its proper place.

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Parenthood and having a stake...

One of the ring leaders in the Leave campaign during the recent referendum on whether to leave the European Union. Andrea Leadsom, briefed a journalist that her main challenger for the leadership of the UK Conservative party, … 1,112 more words


Living in Interesting Times...

I’m under no illusions about the quality of my writing; these are merely random ramblings and memoirs put online for accessibility and with the hope they may provide some entertainment to someone with little else to do with their time. 1,355 more words


My Lantern.


There is a saying that goes : May the bridges you burn light the way.I think I identify closely with this phrase myself because in times when we find ourselves isolated,facing a wall of fire we need more than ever to find a reason to stay positive.Sometimes we come to a time in our lives when we know we must severe the ties we have so painstakingly fought to keep. 227 more words


I'm Sensitive

I’ve wanted to write a more personal, ‘get-to-know me’ post for a while, and I thought long and hard about what I wanted it to be about. 1,112 more words

A Response to Carl Schramm's "By Forgetting Its Proud Economic History, Syracuse Loses Its Future" Three Years Later

For those seeking to read the article and similar articles by Dr. Schramm first please see the following link: http://www.forbes.com/sites/carlschramm/2013/02/26/by-forgetting-its-proud-economic-history-syracuse-loses-its-future/#439eba577525

Generally I tend to focus my writing on national or international economic conditions but as a native Syracusan, Syracuse University alum, and now PhD student, I felt I had to add to this debate no matter how old. 1,563 more words

History Of Economic Thought