Sun 17 Nov, 2013 02:48 pm -
Aristotle holds the view that moral virtues lie at the mean between extremes of excess and deficiency. For example, if courage taken to excess would manifest as recklessness and if deficient as... (view)
Sat 12 Oct, 2013 09:49 am - [quote]
1. [color=#400000]The Overcrowded Lifeboat
In 1842, a ship struck an iceberg and more than 30 survivors were crowded into a lifeboat intended to hold 7. As a storm threatened, it became... (view)
Fri 22 Feb, 2013 12:52 pm -
There is no true identity for man without religion. Actually, what is identity? All the things humans attach themselves to such as nation, country or tribe etc.., are all superficial. True... (view)
Thu 20 Dec, 2012 08:48 am -
If you attach your happiness with material things like a house, food, travel or wealth…etc, or with something semi-material like the number of friends, then be sure that boredom will... (view)
Sat 12 May, 2012 10:01 am -
The tree is a very special creature. She doesn’t hurt other creatures, and she is not a burden on them; for she lives off inanimate objects, and on top of that she provides living beings... (view)
Fri 20 Apr, 2012 06:42 pm - Popper says that all science is based on probabilities, do you think that’s true especially with the use of “all”? In mathematics even the theory of probability is based on laws,... (view)
Mon 16 Apr, 2012 06:03 pm - .
Philosophy and science has always been working side by side, and they will always be. Sometimes philosophy precedes science to be followed by science to prove it, and sometimes science... (view)
Fri 30 Mar, 2012 08:20 am - We do not live in matter, we live in our vision of it. Else we would have known matter instinctively.
We live through our vision of the world, and this vision is immaterial. Matter, however, is... (view)