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March 19, 2017
This topic discusses how educational philosophy has changed down through the ages, up into our own day. The author also concludes by giving his own personal philosophy and explaining why it is so necessary in today's world.
This essay deals with the comparison of the types of democracy found in the U.S.A. and the Netherlands. The key element being representation of voters and their political realities in the two systems.
Alan Page has a boring and ordinary life. Thank God he gets to experience it in an extraordinary way! In a realm that defies the laws of causality, his ego is splintered, opening up a kaleidoscope of perceptions that apply new identities to old actions. However, Peter, an enigmatic being…
Some people study philosophy. But what kind of professionals do philosophers become? They teach what they know, just like Socrates, the first philosopher of the occidental rational mind. Steven is the new Socrates. He takes philosophy to the next level with his greats story-telling and futurist-out-of-space experiences.
December 14, 2016
Do you like corridors? I know I do.
This is a work that describes abstract events, entities and ideas in a somewhat specific manner, resulting in something that I would call anything but a "realistic" story. I suppose a "Philosophical work" would be the most descriptive of terms regarding "Omnipotence". Being philosophical, just as some rather "explicit" reasoning…
We are born out of this world without an intermediary. What we see, experiment and live is part of our reality. As time passes, this direct link with existence is subjugated by the unlawful detainer inside our head: our Ego. This book aims nothing short: to enhance self awareness through…
"Would you say that a man who takes pleasure in causing pain is less humane than a man who causes pain by pursuing pleasure? Should we call the man who avoids causing pain and therefore abstains from pleasure noble or inhuman?” “Interesting question, Dr. Norton, but I think the answer…
In a world were democracy has been abandoned lives the 14-year old prodigy by the name Linus Thor who is a bitter cynic that simoltaneously tries to live in a world so different from him. Things change however when a crisis puts his friend Bartholomew into jail.