Tag Archives: Marriage

Let’ s See What’s in the News Today (Oct. 27, 2014)

Epistemology Paying a lot of money for extraordinary experiences is worse than having ordinary experiences with loved ones. Feminism: People give a less favorable opinion to someone who identifies as a feminist, but there is no hiring discrimination.  Moreover, undergraduates … Continue reading

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Let’s See What’s in the News Today (Dec. 8, 2013)

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

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Book Review: On the Meaning of Sex by J. Budziszewski

Through these modern times, sexual attitudes have lessoned. The attitudes are littered with hedonism, individualistic goals, and simple activities that one does. The idea of taking sex seriously such as expressions of forming a union, procreation, saving oneself before marriage … Continue reading

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Book Review: Minimizing Marriage: Marriage, Morality, and the Law by Elizabeth Brake

Marriage these days is confined to two people and the usual arrangement is between a man and a woman.  Lately, there has been growing acceptance of same-sex relationships and thereby same-sex marriage.  But anything more than this is going “too … Continue reading

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Let’s See What’s in the News Today: 11/13/2011

Culture Overpopulation is a myth.  [H/T Nathan Blackerby]  I’ll let you judge it for yourself.  (now in blogroll)  Episode 1 is below:  Could this be the answer on how Stonehenge was created?   Economics Economic complexity in terms of exports and imports. … 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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Various Philosophers on Erotic Love, Flirting and Marriage

As many of you know, my specialty within philosophy is the philosophy of sex and love.  Many people have asked me what sort of readings are there about that topic?  Well, below are readings, speeches, and ideas to this wonderful … Continue reading

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Book Review: Marriage, a History: From Obedience to Intimacy or How Love Conquered Marriage by Stephanie Coontz

I had the joy of reading this book last year and I’ve been meaning to do a review on it.  Well, the time is now.  However, I’m not going to simply spell out the book.  It’s so good that you … Continue reading

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Let’s See What’s in the News Today: 11/28/2010

Relationships and Sexuality In the Time Magazine this week, the headline cover was Who Needs Marriage? The results are quite interesting: the more educated and wealthy you are, the more likely you get married. Here are some more interesting stats … Continue reading

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Unmarried to Each Other

There’s some interesting movements, books, and articles about how being unmarried to each other is the new social action.  I applaud this movement, mainly because it’s an expression of freedom.  Moreover, marriage is an evolving idea that has shifted the … Continue reading

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