Donald Trump's daughter deleted her post after she was mocked, then tried again.
The ancient Greek philosopher stopped by the Hulu show "I Love You, America" to drop some truth bombs.
You can never step twice in the same river. At least that is what Greek philosopher Heraclitus said a long time ago, when
Traditional political and intellectual elites, who have governed Western countries for centuries, were swept aside by Trump's capital elites.
Teaching the Greeks and Critical Thinking - Part 18: Civilization More than Telephones and Electric Lights
Civilization means more than comfort, convenience, and material goods. These have to do with the physical. A soulless culture
This is the kind of education that schools and teachers want to give you as students, but which government refuses to allow
Puppet Masters of Media Propaganda, Banking and War Profiteering, Tactical Diversions and False Flag Deceptions, Boogieman Terrorists, Police Brutality Against It's Citizens, The Big Picture of Global Politics and Change We Must To Live Again
"Those who would give up essential liberty to purchase a little temporary safety, deserve neither liberty or safety." - Benjamin
Greenway Court Theater's Brilliant New Adaptation of Orwell's "1984" Serves Up an Interactive and Entertaining Tour-de-Force
That production team included among others: Jesse Mandapat (sound design), Hana S. Kim (projection design), Halei Parker
The answer is to strive for quality rather than quantity. To live and think well is based upon self-discipline, consideration and cooperation. None of these tenets are antithetical to social media, only unutilized.
I miss the sound of, yearn for the sound of, my children laughing, crying, bickering (a rare but endearing occurrence), talking
Unlike most individuals, I picked up Plato's famous work The Republic willingly. With a two-and-a-half millennia pedigree and a reputation as the "cornerstone of western philosophy", I felt it was high time to broaden my mind and get a glimpse into the origins of European thought.
Would a better term for the raising of a child be 'childing'? I did some gumshoe work. Turns out the term 'childing' first arrived on the scene around 1250 A.D. Collins American dictionary defines it as: "bearing a cluster of newer blossoms around an older blossom."
If I'm right, this singular ability of kids to see in ways the rest of us at older (but not necessarily more 'advanced') ages