Category Archives: philosophy

I Finally Found Out What 0/0 Should Be

[…] 0 divided by 0 is sort of a mystery. Does 0/0=1? Does 0/0=2? Is 0 over 0 infinity? If we are talking about a 0 over 0 limit, we say 0 over 0 is indeterminate. However, in this video … Continue reading

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Sadhguru’s Prediction about India and China | Will Chinese People Turn Against Their Government ?

Sadhguru makes a prediction about India and China. Must see till the end.

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A Blind Person Describes What the World Looks Like

[…] A short fiction story about a young man seeing the world for the first time. Pursuit of Wonder books available here: The Hidden Story of Every Person: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B095L8LP33 Notes from the End of Everything: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08D4VSD88 (Also available to more … Continue reading

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Why you should not do random acts of kindness, w Stephen Fry.

A baby elephant is rescued from a well and a puppy is rescued from tar. What’s the easiest way to save a life? Effective altruism and random acts of kindness. Voiced by Stephen Fry Download a free copy of The … Continue reading

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Styling from Inside Out™ | Dawnn Karen | TEDxFIT

Utilizing your outer appearance to feel better on the inside, to be whoever you want to be, and to be your true self! Dawnn Karen holds a Master of Arts degree in counseling psychology from Columbia University and is also … Continue reading

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The case to recognise Indigenous knowledge as science | Albert Wiggan | TEDxSydney

In this passionate talk, Albert Wiggan calls for better recognition from the scientific community arguing that Indigenous knowledge is science and that’s what we should call it. Albert Wiggan is a Bardi-Kija-Nyul Nyul man from the beautiful waters of Boddergron … Continue reading

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There’s No Such Thing as a Tree

Obviously, there are trees. But speaking phylogenetically, trees aren’t a thing. Some things that are trees evolved from things that are not trees and other things that are trees evolved into things that aren’t trees. Confused? This might clear things up. … Continue reading

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You are a network | Aeon

Kathleen Wallace is professor of philosophy at Hofstra University in Hempstead, New York. She works on ethics and metaphysics of personal identity and is the author of The Network Self: Relation, Process, and Personal Identity (2019). She lives in New York City. … Continue reading

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Know Yourself | Kritika Avasthi | TEDxIIITG

Kritika Avasthi is an Indian actor and professional dancer. A household name in the Indian YouTube community, she is best known for her roles in the web-series such as ‘Engineering Girls’ and in short sketches. Being in the industry for … Continue reading

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This tool will help improve your critical thinking – Erick Wilberding

Explore the technique known as the Socratic Method, which uses questions to examine a person’s values, principles, and beliefs. — Socrates, one of the founding fathers of Western philosophical thought, was on trial. Many believed he was an enemy of … Continue reading

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