Everything doesn’t require your attention unless it benefits and adds to the mission’s success, personally and collectively. – TheRhymeRulaRead More Is it necessary?
Degradation is only amusing to the nefarious who make a gain from the hidden pain. _TheRhymeRulaRead More True power is freedom
Before you tell someone they’re wrong, first tell them they’re right. This is easier said than done when you’re in a conversation about a topic that becomes contentious but I believe it can be done with much practice and patience. In this post I will be presenting a philosopher’s 350 year old trick to get […]Read More You know what? You’re right. The Nature of Great Persuasion
Richard Swinburne’s “Why God allows evil” and Steven M. Cahn “Religion without God” explains how religion is interpreted and understood in Philosophy. Both have solid points with their stances on Theism and Atheism, and how God supposedly perpetrates the two evils of moral and natural. Both texts are very informative on the relation between […]Read More The Two Evils: An Analysis of “Why God allows evil” and “Religion without God”
Conditions for Knowledge Conditions for Knowledge by Robert Nozick analyzes the conditions of knowledge that are sufficient and necessary for propositional knowledge. He uses two letters to express each argument. Those two letters are “S” and “P”. “S” refers to the subject of the argument, while “P” is the proposition. The three conditions of knowledge […]Read More The Conditioning : An Analysis of “Condition for Knowledge by Robert Nozick
Before there was Afro Samurai, the first black samurai was a slave from Mozambique called Yasuke. Even though the former is a fictional character it was the first representation from my understanding of a black man as a samurai in the media, and that was sort of a big deal since all samurai were all […]Read More Yasuke, The First Black Samurai of Japan (Black History 365)
Robert Nozicks “The Experience Machine” explains the importance of making decisions by using a machine that can help one create experiences. Sounds kind of absurd right? Well, allow me to delve deep into explaining it to you. In the beginning, he makes a profound statement that would warn a person who would ever think of […]Read More An Analysis on “The Experience Machine” by Robert Nozick