"Make it idiot proof and someone will make a better idiot." "I don't have a solution but I admire the problem." "Once I thought I was wrong, but I was mistaken." "If it weren't for the last minute, nothing would get done." "...
TED Blog | Why we should teach philosophy to kids
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Existence (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy)
Like many philosophically interesting notions, existence is at once familiar and rather elusive. Although we have no more trouble with using the verb ‘exists' than with the two-times table, there is more than a little difficulty in saying just what e...
Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy
An open access resource hosted by the University of Tennessee at Martin.
"Seven Blunders of the World" by Mahatma Gandhi
An Essay by Einstein -- The World As I See It
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The Experience and Perception of Time (Stanford Encyclopedia...
We see colours, hear sounds and feel textures. Some aspects of the world, it seems, are perceived through a particular sense. Others, like shape, are perceived through more than one sense. But what sense or senses do we use when perceiving time? It i...
A Happiness Tip From Aristotle
Do you know the difference between pleasure vs. happiness?
Persistence is great, but you must persist with something that works.
Dokkōdō - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The (独行道 ; "The Path of Aloneness" or "The Way to be Followed Alone" or "The Way of Walking Alone") was a work written by (宮本 武蔵) a week before he died in 1645. It is a short work, consisting of either nineteen or twenty-one ; precepts 4 and 20 are...
Philosophy since the Enlightenment, by Roger Jones
Philosophy since the enlightenment by Roger Jones
Table of contents
Quantum theory and consciousness. The metaphysics of nonduality. The end of suffering and the discovery of our true nature.
18 Rules of Living by the Dalai Lama
1. Take into account that great love and great achievements involve great risk.