Sharing is Caring/Caring is Sharing

The importance of sharing was one of the first lessons we learned in school. Mastering math, penmanship, and the food chain would all come with time. But sharing was an essential and immediate element of our early academic success. There were many facets of the sharing, from not hogging all the crayons to not hogging your understanding of how to do an art project when your neighbor did not. It wasn’t just sharing of physical…

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5 things you learn as a philosophy major

You say, “I don’t see the point of philosophy. It’s just a bunch of confusing nonsense that doesn’t actually do anything except turn you into a pretentious atheist-communist-nihilist. If you get a philosophy degree, the only thing you can do is rant about obscure theories to kids who have been suckered into paying to hear you ramble.” I usually say, “Please stop talking to me. Go, naïve bourgeois, stay the hand of introspection and disillusionment:…

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Frank Lloyd Wright + Walt Whitman – New America?

I write to you on this beautiful first day of Autumn where the temperature is a brisk 52 degrees and the pugs start waking up with cute sniffles. What a more fitting theme to write about than nature? As the leaves change colors we begin to contemplate life and what will happen to us as the seasons change. Will we grow fat as we hibernate and bundle up for the winter? Will our grow to…

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