- A Dialogue about the Mind
- Intellectual Pomposity
- What is insanity? What is the standard of sanity? Are the close-minded insane?
- Which comes first: head or heart?
- Why ideas control your life
- Three a week: Spirituality
- Precise Communication: Concrete or Abstract? Even possible?
- Three a week: Education
- Three a week: Ideation
- Three a week: Definitions
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It is unfortunate that the debate over the existence of God is so dividing. People too readily dismiss either side’s argument. Three questions: Question 1: Can we separate arguments for religion from arguments for God? When confronted with typical arguments … Continue reading
You can’t write about philosophy without writing about the concept of certainty. Three questions: Question 1: What is certainty? Before we ask if we can have it, what is it? What is a proper way to define such a thing? … Continue reading
Everybody wears clothes. Am I the only one who finds this odd? Three questions: Question 1: Why do we wear clothing? Oh, is this question not supposed to be asked? Don’t roll your eyes. We have been desensitized to people … Continue reading
We are rational beings. Few things make less sense. Three questions: Question 1: What is rationality? Put “reason” in perspective. On one tiny speck in the universe, there are little creatures who walk around and discern “right” from “wrong”. What … Continue reading
Three questions about you: Question 1: What are you? Simple. Are you simply your physical body? If so, if you lose a limb, has your self-identity fundamentally changed? Is a double amputee less of a “self”? Certainly in a physical … Continue reading
In the West, especially in America, careers are awfully important. Three questions: Question 1: Why care about a career? Most people have jobs in order to live well and eat. Can a career be anything more than that? If you … Continue reading
He who dies with the most toys wins, right? Three questions: Question 1: Does material possession of stuff bring happiness? Most people believe that, to a degree, stuff is important. At least the having the basics. This just follows right … Continue reading
We are told it is a waste of time to ponder the meaning of life. We’re supposedly never going to find it. Three questions: Question 1: Why live? We didn’t choose to be born. Why continue existing? Fear of the … Continue reading
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