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When Reason Goes On Holiday

Neven Sesardic‘s recent book has really set tongues a wagging (to put it mildly), a book that is freely available here. Below one can Nevan hear talk on the topic. 14 more words

Philosophy

FTAC: A Little Wisdom: On Virtue

Inspiration for the response:

Since there is good and evil in all of us, may God grant us the compassion and wisdom to see the good and not the evil.

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Conflict - Culture - Language - Psychology

AT WHAT POINT DO WE EQUATE DEMOCRAT LIBERAL FACT "CHECKERS" WITH SQUIRRELS AND NUTS?

Ever seen a hungry squirrel? If you don’t keep an eye on them, those critters can ruin a picnic. So here is a post about keeping an eye on the squirrels. 770 more words

Philosophy

Albert Camus on the Three Antidotes to the Absurdity of Life

Albert Camus

“In a world whose absurdity appears to be so impenetrable, we simply must reach a greater degree of understanding among men, a greater sincerity.” 474 more words

Curiositys

THE 5 PERSONALITY TRAITS THAT DETERMINE YOUR PERSONALITY

by Phillip Schneider, Staff Writer Waking Times

You’ve probably noticed by now that you’re unique. You have a certain tolerance for pain, a certain work ethic, a certain desire for social activity, and a perspective of the world that is unique to you. 890 more words

Curiositys

Guns 

Our weaponized culture, piles bodies high.

-Job

Writing

Difficult books & the death of reading

Philip Yancey worries about “the death of reading” in a recent Washington Post opinion piece; he says that even he, an inveterate reader and possessor of several thousand books, finds it harder than it once was to read for several hours each day. 833 more words

Poetry