"I read old books because I would rather learn from those who built civilization than those who tore it down." It is a healthy principle, even more applicable today. I cannot help but think about the roots of democracy. The cities that started the base of what we today call civilization. Both Greeks and Romans promoted citizens into public offices, after they served in the … [Read more...] about Collectivisation?
If you are wondering what or who is the sea, it can be within each and every one of you. If you want to grow and to learn in a society that honours positive social endeavours, technology, and free thought, then you are part of the sea already. As part of the sea, you will be the waves that will crash onto the shore of society. You will be the waves that will bring positive … [Read more...] about The Way Of The Sea
Talking to a few people who are not as interested in politics, it became clear that they did not realize how far left the US "Left" has become. At the same time, a centrist position has vanished.Their main points came from main stream media, which claims with graphics that Breitbart is a far Right news organization and Fox as Right of center.My questions to them was … [Read more...] about Left, Right, and the vanishing centrist
Dirty little secret about logic: If induction has a justification problem (and it does), then so does deduction. Why? Because all deductions rely on inductive conclusion imported into the premises. Here are a few examples.1. Aristotelian Syllogism: 1. All men are mortal2. Socrates is a manC: Socrates is mortal Look at premise 1. What gives us the right to say that this is … [Read more...] about Deduction is vulnerable to the problem of induction
Hello! Friends It's New Day! Let me ask you this question: Does Half Effort Produce Half Result? Thinking? Write your answer somewhere and at the end of this short motivational talk, you will definitely find the answer to this small but mighty question above. Challenge We all have a mind to accomplish something in life but I will want you to think like a stone cutter. … [Read more...] about Reality: Half Effort, Half Result?