It seems as though we have trouble delineating between different means of understanding the world and how those should be used. I've seen philosophers make for bad scientists and scientists make for bad philosophers. The reason, I believe, is they require different ways of searching for Truth.
With Climate Change science devolving into a pagan religion calling for us to eat babies, what are we to do? It's simple. Take ownership for what we can, and here's some ways we can do to make a real impact on the local environment.
Can We Make The Government A Little Less Stupid? It's a tough task, but I think I have a couple ideas that can move the needle.
It almost seems as if Ayn Rand is every libertarian-leaning person's favorite philosopher. Today, I'd like to talk about some problems I find with this philosophy.
Today we discuss why America's history is not a story of racism, but one of triumph over racism, though it could have been faster to do so.
Today, we'll discuss why it's ok to ask questions and how to do it in a way that doesn't make you sound crazy. Plus, I'll give you some ammo to push back on the "conspiracies never happen" idea.
There's a problem in our society of demagoguing on policy, using the warm bodies of victims as a political club. That's not right. Today, we'll talk about how to talk about tragedies and horrific crimes with empathy.
How can we find a way to make art that's hard-hitting, true, and beautiful, without making it vile or grotesque? That's what we discuss today, and the answer is pretty simple. Find out more: