Chinese New Year is a lazy drug reference away from being compared to Christmas. Basically it’s really good. It suffers from the same excitement/work fatigue/stupidity that precedes Christmas where everyone stops giving a fuck about anything 36 hours before their leave from work actually begins. 743 more words
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In Friday’s Wall Street Journal, Michael Roth, president of Wesleyan University, wrote an essay about the difficultly teaching religious history in his humanities class. He begins the piece saying that his students will easily answer any historical question about the Protestant Reformation. 373 more words
Click the link above. Please read the three questions poised under the category of “Welcome.” Do you have… 124 more words
I ended my last blog with a question and I am starting a new one with another: So what could be wrong with pragmatism?
In a nutshell, pragmatism is a theory stating that “truth can be known only through its practical consequences and is thus an individual or a social matter rather than an absolute.” In a debate, under the basic premise of pragmatism, no one comes home a loser. 643 more words