Common Sense, something the people on this Earth lacks. It doesn’t matter what age. Nine year olds, to Eighty-Three year olds. We all have our ups and downs when it comes to knowledge. For example, a three year old may think you’re supposed to breathe underwater, while the thirty-four year old mother would think otherwise. […]

If you had the chance to make a difference in the world, how far would you go to make the change? UNICEF wants you to make a change in the lives of others. To put it another way, be the change you want to see in the world. Therefore, I have chosen a UNICEF advertisement […]

In Fyodor Dostoevsky’s Crime and Punishment, the subject of duality and the contention between close to home wants and ethics is available all through a great part of the novel. There are double clashes of external between a frustrated individual and his reality, and the other internal between a disconnected soul and his internal contemplations. […]

In Meditations on Very first Philosophy, Ren© Descartes tries to rebuild his beliefs from the ground up, accepting only those he can be totally selected of. In order to choose the certainty of a belief, Descartes makes proofs through a sequence of queries and statements. Just about every perception he attempts to show is completely […]