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Feminism 3AM Magazine interviews Alison Stone about Hegel, Schelling, Irigaray, Judith Butler, feminism, sexual difference, and maternity. Film Here is a list of 1,400 films directed by women. Food Nice diagrams to make eating healthy super easy. Humor Schopenhauer: horrible … Continue reading
Children Exercising during pregnancy could give the future baby a head start. Culture Amazon.com is teaming up with USPS to deliver mail on Sundays, at least in LA and NY. Next year, they’ll delve into more cities. UK to ban … Continue reading
This book has been getting a lot of buzz lately, mainly because the ideas go against the conventional norms of what society dictates. The ideas Bergner presents suggest that if we take away the cultural and societal veneer, we are … Continue reading
I’ve wanted to read this book for a while, but it was always at the back burner. However, a friend recommended this to me and so I quickly read this. I’ve now read it twice. Most of it was interesting … Continue reading
Emotions New camera looks at faces and can detect when we’re lying just by our emotional appearance. Environment More evidence for evolution: Dinosaur feathers have been found stuck in amber. It’s Jurassic Park style. Ethics Chart on abortion per state … Continue reading
Sex The Onion never ceases to amaze me: How to Get a Guy to Notice You While You’re Having Sex. A debate about pornography in England. I thought the opposition did a horrible job, which is why the house was … Continue reading
Fascinating article about the Singularity and how it will reach its epoch in 2045. Kurzweil knows his stuff. It’s a sure bet that he’s right. Check it out here.
At Forgoodreason.org, I’m listening to an interview about how our instincts have become “supernormal” in our evolution to the point where it’s starting to be detrimental to us. Example: our ancestors were always on the go and so to compensate … Continue reading