Monthly Archives: April 2011
The fight continues: I really enjoyed how they explained how one’s top-down while the other’s bottom-up. To see part one, go here. To get yourself more educated on these two opposing economists, there’s a list that’s supplied by econstories.tv which I’ll … Continue reading
Okcupid.com has some interesting charts on sexual attitudes. It almost has a Freakonomics feel to it where two unrelated categories are all of the sudden related. Some of it is fascinating, but others really make you scratch your head. I’ll … Continue reading
There’s a interesting email exchange between Steve Connor and Freeman Dyson. Dyson is a world-renown physicist and he rejects climate change. Unfortunately, he ends the conversation too soon. It’s as if he’s the interlocutor of Plato’s dialogues. He does talk … Continue reading
Sometimes, I agree with you Monsieur Gaston. Other times, I prefer Sartre.
I’ve written my Master’s Thesis entitled “The Problem of Love from Sartre and Beauvoir to Irigaray.” I was really proud of it, but over time, I have changed my mind. At any rate, I have it published if any … Continue reading
Heh. Don’t come to me first of all. But secondly, there’s a mathematical way to do so: Yeah, I’ll let you read it so you know what the variables stand for. Looks like Aristophanes would be proud.