"Why is it that we can fall in love but we cannot fall in hate?" "How come a litter can mean a bunch of poop-sand, but also a bunch of kittens?" "If I were to use baby wipes on myself would the product be used incorrectly or simply mislabeled?" Happy Family Day to everyone in … Continue reading The Ponderings of a Mad Philosopher
"Capitalism is like fire: keep it under control and it will give you heat and light; leave it untended and it will consume everything in its path.” ― Billy Bragg Neoliberalism and Class Struggle One of my favourite classes in University has been Social and Political Thought because it's focused on important philosophers who've influenced the … Continue reading Neoliberalism and Class Struggles in Democracy (w/ Karl Marx and David Harvey)
Hello again friends, bloggers and muses, Welcome back to Behind the Author, the interview series aimed to bring us all a little something special in our lives, whether it's advice, life lessons, or just an intimate peak at the lives of one of our favorite bloggers. This is what we do. 🙂 Today's Guest: Maylynno … Continue reading Behind the Author: Mostly Philosophy
"Enlightenment is man's emergence from his self-imposed immaturity. Immaturity is the inability to use one's understanding without guidance from another. This immaturity is self-imposed when its cause lies not in lack of understanding, but in lack of resolve and courage to use it without guidance from another. Sapere Aude! [dare to know] "Have courage to … Continue reading Are Trump Supporters Unenlightened?
“My dad had limitations. That's what my good-hearted mom always told us. He had limitations, but he meant no harm. It was kind of her to say, but he did do harm.” ― Gillian Flynn, Gone Girl The Lumberyard Heist In looking back on some of the ethically questionable things that I've done in my lifetime, I'm … Continue reading Memories of The Lumberyard Heist – Breaking the Law