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The AnkiDroid Collection (Part 13) – Polyphony, Apocryphal & Juris Prudence

Ankidroid additions related to Science, History and Philosophy. More information about Anki can be found in this article. Polyphony A style of music composition employing two or more simultaneous, but relatively independent melodic sounds. When music is made up of

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The case of Socrates (Final – 12 Rules For Life) – Jordan B Peterson

Today we reach the final book excerpt from Jordan Peterson’s 12 Rule For Life. A lot of what the book espouses is about ‘delaying gratification’ (sacrifice) and pursuing what is meaningful and not what is expedient. Peterson uses the case

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The AnkiDroid Collection (Part 12) – Unitarianism, Megalomaniac & Antiquarian

Ankidroid additions related to Science, History and Philosophy. More information about Anki can be found in this article. Unitarianism Unitarianism is often associated with a non-trinitarian Christian theological movement that believes the God in Christianity is one singular entity. It

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Rescuing the Damned (Notes from Underground) – Jordan Peterson

Today’s Wednesday literature excerpt continues with Jordan Peterson’s 12 Rules For Life book. For more information about the book and references to Jordan in my blog, you can read the first extract from his book here. In today’s piece Jordan

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The AnkiDroid Collection (Part 11) – Homogenous, Machiavellianism & Theosis

Ankidroid additions related to Science, History and Philosophy. Homogenous Corresponding in structure because of a common origen, common ethincity. When a group talks, looks and acts the same. Machiavellianism Cunning, scheming and unscrupulous especially in Politics. The term Machiavellianism was

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12 Rules For Life: An Antidote to Chaos (2018) – Jordan Peterson

This Wednesday literature piece has been a long time coming. I have written extensively here about Canadian clinical psychologist Jordan Peterson including one of his biggest literary influences – Fyodor Dostoevesky who was the subject of the last few weeks’

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Bobok ‘Little Bean’ (1873) – Fyodor Dostoyevsky

Then how is it that I smell a stench if I don’t have a sense of smell?’ ‘That’s ..he-he…Well, that’s where our philosopher gets a bit hazy. It was precisely in regard to the sense of smell that he observed

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White Nights (1848) – Fyodor Dostoevsky

‘My God! A Whole minuteof bliss! Is thatreally so little for the whole of a man’s life?’ I’m currently reading Fyodor Dostoevsky’s short story – White Nights written early in his career and published in 1848. Dostoevsky has featured prominently

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3/1/22 – 9/01/22 Deadliness of COVID, 100 Best Songs 2021 & My Girlfriend

Welcome to Monday’s News on the March – The week that was in my digital world. How Deadly is COVID? – Jay Bhattacharrya and Lex FridmenVideo at Lex Clips Jay Bhattacharya is a professor of medicine at Stanford University and

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20/12 – 26/12/21 Happy XMAS (War is Over), The Mirror & Robin Williams.

Welcome to Monday’s News on the March – The week that was in my digital world. John Lennon – Happy XMAS (War is Over)Music article at PowerPop Here is another article from a good friend in virtual world, Max at

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