Monthly Archives: October 2013

Outgrowing Idealism (Module 2)

The best manifestation of our idealist philosophy in our life is the inner set of guidelines we call wisdom. Growing up Catholic, I would like to believe that how I develop wisdom started at home and at church. As a … Continue reading

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Questions of Philosophy (Module 1)

The world is made of things and concepts that science has learned to explain with hard and undeniable proof. Technology today is an example how we have made everything programmable and the digitalization has reduced everything down to its basic … Continue reading

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Plagiarism and Stealing

Property is not limited to tangible materials. In the information age, more important that houses and cars and any material thing, is ones intellectual property. Copyright laws have evolved to not only protect against plagiarism, but making money out of … Continue reading

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