Monthly Archives: June 2011
A while ago, I wrote about J.S. Mill’s view of representative government and how Congress should be a true representation of the population. Now there’s a graph representing this: Click on the pic above.
In a previous post, I went over Benatar’s argument on why coming into existence is always a harm, even if there is a small amount of it. Now, I will look at his next chapter and see how he argues … Continue reading
In a previous post, I wrote about child’s book entitled Go the F**k to Sleep. Now, you can listen to it appropriately read by Samuel L. Jackson:
A fascinating article about twins conjoined at the head which leads scientists asking whether they share a mind. The girls are about three years old and if one senses an object, the other knows what the other is sensing! How … Continue reading
This is an essay clarifying Benatar’s argument on why coming to existence is always a harm. I will be concentrating on his book, Better to Never Have Been: The Harm of Coming into Existence, particularly on pp. 30-49. This the … Continue reading