Category Archives: Philosophical

Fighting ISIS and Ideology: A New Approach

In the wake of the terror attacks in Paris the other night, that ISIS has claimed responsibility for, (or any abhorrent act of extremism) our initial visceral reaction is to literally fuck’em all to death, nuke the entire Middle East, … Continue reading

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Only the Zombie Metaphor is Scary

Zombies are, in short, awesome entertainment and people have loved to be frightened by them and watch the human element develop under their pressure since George Romero’s original “Dawn of the Dead.” The living dead just aren’t a serious threat, … Continue reading

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What Does It Mean To Be Human?

This is a question I’ve heard and pondered in many philosophy and literature classes. However, we never came to answer. I suspect it’s because it’s kind of a nonsensical question akin to asking “What does it mean to be a … Continue reading

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Atheism, Spirituality, and Wasps

I recently saw an interesting documentary called “Kumare” and it got me thinking about spirituality and human nature. There’s a guy, Vikram Gandhi, and he becomes a guru. He dresses in robes, grows out his hair, and speaks with an … Continue reading

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Hit Them in The Face with a Bag of Nails

I have learned a lot from people. Harsh truths mostly. Childhood and what we experience during it is, according to every psychologist ever, pivotal in forging who we become. When I was in elementary school and up till the 6th … Continue reading

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Technology is Only Natural

“Prometheus, teacher in every art, brought the fire that hath proved to mortals a means to mighty ends” No one’s entirely sure when or where man first tamed the flame, but it changed everything. It changed the way we eat … Continue reading

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