Category Archives: Rationalism

Being vs. Doing Again: Application in Ethics

I previously posted a blog about Being vs. Doing. It was dealing with how people looked at the world and weather a “being” philosophy has a higher status than a “doing” philosophy, or vice-versa.  I think this would also apply … Continue reading

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Being vs. Doing

“Go out there and be someone.”  This is a line you often hear from parents, teachers, and other peers.  But what does it mean?  People usually mean that you must achieve something in your life and that your very being … Continue reading

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Another Difference on Democrats and Republicans

In a previous post, I mentioned some major differences between Democrats and Republicans. I think what it mainly comes down to is negative and positive rights.  In this post, I want to mention another main difference but this goes straight … Continue reading

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