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  • 3). On Being Human  By : Sam Vaknin
    Are we human because of unique traits and attributes not shared with either animal or machine? The definition of "human" is circular: we are human by virtue of the properties that make us human (i.e., distinct from animal and machine). It is a definition by negation: that which separates us from animal and machine is our "human-ness". We are human because we are not animal, nor machine.


  • 4). Ten Commandmets That Don't Work  By : Roy E. Klienwachter
    If rules are made to be broken, then as a society we have clearly demonstrated that philosophy. If the rules don't work over a period of time, then why do we have them? If the rules don't work in a society, they need to be changed. Religious moral laws have failed miserably and it is insanity to continue with them. It is obvious that something is not working...
    article related to: ten commandments, rules, morality, christianity, qur'an, bible

  • 8). Words To Live By?  By : Steve Gillman
    Watching the news the other day, it occurred to me that people who have "words to live by" often begin to attack and even kill others. I thought back to my own angry youth, when I could easily use words to justify violent thoughts which might have become violent actions. Words are tools, and yet it seems that they can be more dangerous than gunpowder.
    article related to: words to live by, words, new ideas

  • 14). Religion and Science  By : Sam Vaknin
    There are many kinds of narratives and organizing principles. Science is driven by evidence gathered in experiments, and by the falsification of extant theories and their replacement with newer, asymptotically truer, ones. Other systems - religion, nationalism, paranoid ideation, or art - are based on personal experiences (faith, inspiration, paranoia, etc.


  • 15). When the Morning Dawns  By : Sam Oliver
    The following article covers a topic that has recently moved to center stage--at least it seems that way. If you've been thinking you need to know more about unconditional love, here's your opportunity. When darkness turns to day, the sun moves over the horizon and touches everything in sight. This movement across the landscape brightens everything.
    article related to: awakening, soul, and, spirit

  • 16). The Science of Superstitions  By : Sam Vaknin
    "The most beautiful experience we can have is the mysterious. It is the fundamental emotion that stands at the cradle of true art and true science." Albert Einstein, The World as I See It, 1931 The debate between realism and anti-realism is, at least, a century old. Does Science describe the real world - or are its theories true only within a certain.


  • 18). Unlocking the Bible Codes  By : Ariel R
    Did you read the DaVinci Code or maybe see the movie? Did it get you interested in history and secret codes? You do not have to travel to Europe to see the true secrets from history; technology now lets us unlock the oldest secret code in the world, the bible code. For centuries there have been rumors about the secret codes of the bible. Now with the power of your home computer you can unlock the bible codes and see the truth for your self.
    article related to: bible codes, secret codes of the bible, unlocking the bible codes

  • 19). Compassion Sustains The World  By : Shen Gerald
    The following is my opinion about this thing call Compassion. It is not a definitive article though. Compassion, in my view, is a very crucial element for sustainability. This is even more relevant to the current volatile world of ours. The very fabric of the Universe is infused with compassion. It is the binding force that harmonizes and sustains Existence.
    article related to: philosophy, spirituality, society, green, earth

  • 20). The Learning Process  By : Ken Charnly
    Students find it sometimes hard to keep up with school and learn everything they are supposed to, especially when the subject they are learning about presents no interest to them. As parents, we should track a t all times the scholar’s activity and encourage them through various methods to learn more.
    article related to: learning, learning process

  • 21). Omens superstition or reality  By : Anupam
    As soon as we hear this so-called word 'Omen' we squeeze our nose and feel like the people of this modern age. The people who are living in the 'Scientific era' and this appears to be a matter of great shame if they believe upon this seemingly trash. But I ask you one question and please give me your answer right straight to your heart. Have you ever searched about these things like an unbiased scientist? Science says that we must leave out some of the things since they are nothing but mere co-incidences without any significance at all.
    article related to: omens, occult, astrology, paranormal, spirituality, supernatural, mystery

  • 22). Always Look On The Bright Side Of Life  By : blueboy
    I was always somebody who felt quite sorry for myself, what I had not got compared to my friends, how much of a struggle my life seemed to be compared to others. I was caught up in a web of negativity and needed someone or something to help me to escape. During an afternoon at work one day, aged around twenty one, a colleague I was working with started to talk to me.
    article related to: happiness, be happy, think positive, healthy attitude

  • 23). Philosophy as a science  By : Tyler Benson
    Philosophy is considered a science but it is difficult to say, when one has to compare with an ordinary science, for example biology, or chemistry. This is a question that turns into a burning problem among the scientists and linguists all over the world. Can philosophy be a science? What does philosophy operate with? It operates with categories, which can be as wide and as interchangeable as one can only imagine.
    article related to: definition essay, definition essays

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