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Economics A plea for a welfare state because according to the latest studies, it increases overall happiness. Thomas Aquinas: Ethics and Anti-capitalism Emotions Acting happy when you’re not feeling it, particularly known in some jobs, can actually be detrimental to … Continue reading
Consciousness Galen Strawson has a great article about the history of the philosophy of consciousness. Education How Higher Education perpetuates Intergenerational Inequality. Ethics Sex while drunk: a moral dilemma. Why Our Children don’t think there are moral facts Family If … Continue reading
Abortion World map of abortion laws. Culture Everyone laments that the world is overpopulated since the world has reached 7 billion people. But what if it turns out the world is actually underpopulated? 10,000 Solutions is a site that Arizona … Continue reading
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
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
All forms of violent rhetoric leads to or causes violent actions. All violent actions are wrong and they should be prevented. Violent political rhetoric (e.g. putting crosshairs on a map) lead to the assassination attempt in Arizona. Violent music (e.g. … Continue reading
Economics An interesting article arguing that tax cuts do NOT create jobs. The argument uses something simple: math. Now there’s some facts you can’t dispute with. Steven Landsburg has an interesting libertarian argument saying that if you’re against the health … Continue reading
Wanna save the taxpayer some money? Watch below: Seems to make “cents.” Sorry, couldn’t help it. It may go against common sense, but remember, reason is sometimes opposed to common sense.