Watching the excellent Bulls/Wizards play-off series is a funny critique on a societal lie: that if you put in your best, you will succeed. It seems that a lot of people still don’t understand that life is not fair, and sometimes successful results are misinterpreted as extraordinary ability.
When Kierkegaard said “I conceived it as my task to create difficulties everywhere,” he really had a great idea going in that practically it is rarely rewarding to live a life where everything is easy. It likely means that you are only exploring a small facet of experience, and leaving many rewarding paths left vacant.
It’s fairly easy, and a construct of existentialist philosophy. There are two branches of explanation to the meaning of life. These are broken down into consequences and content. Consequences would be an expectation that life is building up to an … Continued
This article, while slightly amusing being a man, is quite disturbing as far as trends go. This article in the New York Times basically outlines how women in top Universities (we are talking Ivy League here) are more frequently planning … Continued