Iowa based writer and educator. Part time philosopher.
When you see Nazis in the streets chanting things like “Jews will not replace us," it can be difficult to comprehend why they would believe such horrid things.
While it's reasonable to trust that science will eventually answer our unsolved questions, assuming that it has all of the answers right now is not.
When we use the same word — awesome — to describe hot dogs as well as the Grand Canyon, do we really know what it means? Let's look into awesomeness in the context of philosophy.
Nietzsche loved aphorisms, and here we have collected 15 of his greatest hits.
Socrates: what a dummy.
Do your meetings and brainstorms always end with a pile of decimated ideas? Learn to overcome negativity bias and obstructive tendencies.
Stanford professor Robert Sutton offers a slew of suggestions for how to break up negative vibes in the office.
The philosopher could very well be in Mean Girls with this kind of theory.
In 1936, a school girl named Phyllis wrote a letter to Albert Einstein to ask whether a person could believe in both science and religion. He was quick to reply.
John Steinbeck, Kurt Vonnegut, and Maya Angelou all had different approaches to writing. Here's some of their best advice.