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Three a week: Happiness

“The pursuit of happiness”. Sounds great. Three questions: Question 1: What is happiness? Be careful how you answer this question. It could have big implications on the nature of reality. For example, does happiness have to do with your subjective … Continue reading

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Three a week: Makeup

Millions of women wear makeup. Three questions: Question 1: Why wear makeup? Makeup is used to look pretty, right? Well, what is looking pretty? Who determines what pretty is? How much influence does society have in determining what “pretty” is? … Continue reading

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Can feelings lead to truth?

I have a pet peeve. When people say, “I just feel like this is true.”, I want to slap them. Who cares about your feeling? Whether or not you feel a certain way has no bearing on whether or not … Continue reading

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Why Reason comes first

People are filled with angst and confusion.¬†There are a million things whirling around our heads at any given moment, overwhelming us. Fear not. There is an insightful reason why humans are so overwhelmed all the time. It is because, whether … Continue reading

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Three a week: Hope

There is light at the end of the tunnel. Three questions: Question 1: Why do we dramatize bad decision making? When all the odds are stacked against you, and you are left with only the tiniest chance of success, why … Continue reading

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On human emotions

Should we bother with emotions? What purpose could they possibly serve? Wouldn’t we be¬†better off attempting to be 100% rational 100% of the time? This is a topic which is near and dear to my heart (or dear to my … Continue reading

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