Monthly Archives: October 2011

Let’s See What’s in the News Today: 10/23/2011

Anti-Natalism Is anti-natalism unthinkable or dangerous?  David Benatar says no. Philosopher Jean Kazez argues that pitting the Green anti-natalist against the Gray pro-natalist, the gray would win.  Interesting comments as well.  Looks like I’m going to have to study Cornucopianism. … Continue reading

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Let’s See What’s in the News Today: 10/16/2011

Books Nice!  Camus’ The Fall has been turned into a 5-minute animation.  Note: this will only make sense if you’ve read the book.  Otherwise, you might be lost:  Culture Alcohol does not cause violence, promiscuity, or anti-social behavior.  Rather, it’s your cultural expectation … Continue reading

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Let’s See What’s in the News Today: 10/09/2011

Ethics A new game called SPENT puts you in the position of a person who’s going to be homeless person.  The makers of the game says that their goal is to challenge the way you think about poverty and homelessness.The goal … Continue reading

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Let’s See What’s in the News Today: 10/02/2011

Books Google puts the Dead Sea Scrolls online (in high resolution). Guide to fantasy and/or sci-fi books. Economics When it comes to economics, “we’re all Mormons now.” Studies show that when women take on their husbands’ last name, she gets … Continue reading

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