Virtual Reality, The Future and What it Means for the Human Experience

Virtual Reality, The Future and What it Means for the Human Experience

“The drugs of the future will be more like computers. Computers of the future will be much more like drugs.”-Terence Mckenna The other day I stopped by my old workplace, Bravo Media Inc., to catch up with a few former […]

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The Triggering, A Response and Why the Truth Hurts

The Triggering, A Response and Why the Truth Hurts

Yesterday evening, I attended a panel discussion about political correctness. The speakers invited to the event were academic Christina Hoff Sommers, radio host Steven Crowder, and the infamous Milo Yiannopoulos, who is currently a third of the way through his […]

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The Problem With Ideology and Why a Third Party is Bound to Rise

The Problem With Ideology and Why a Third Party is Bound to Rise

The 2016 election season has rewritten the rules for campaigning. Sanders was not supposed to be in the race this long and Trump was supposed to fizzle out in the summer. These events have caused pundits and “experts” to scratch […]

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Meditation, Political Correctness, and Why We Should Accept Feeling Uncomfortable

Meditation, Political Correctness, and Why We Should Accept Feeling Uncomfortable

Discomfort. Uneasiness. Distress. All of these emotions society tells us to avoid. Whether it’s through pharmaceuticals or the media, there are entire industries dedicated to providing the means for people to evade their emotions. It is unprecedented in human history. […]

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Why Authenticity Matters to Our Generation

In this world of appearances, we yearn to know what’s real. It’s innate for us to do so, wanting to shed light on the darkness. What is it that drives us to do so? Could it be because we have […]

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From Rousseau to Buzzfeed: The Implications of Evolving Communications

From Rousseau to Buzzfeed: The Implications of Evolving Communications

It’s finals week, and everyone I know is on a grind. Whether you are cramming for a test or procrastinating on a paper, hang in there. Anyways, I had to write two philosophy papers on 17th and 18th-century metaphysics and […]

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Compromise and The Tightrope of Life

Compromise and The Tightrope of Life

It’s that time of year again. All over Facebook, Instagram,¬†and Snapchat, people are graduating college. What an exciting time it is, and I commend everyone who has earned their degree. A year from now I will be graduating, and in […]

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Land of the Free, Home of the Cage

Land of the Free, Home of the Cage

I shall begin this post with a short story. In an old joke from the defunct German Democratic Republic, a German worker gets a job in Siberia; aware of how all mail will be read by the censors, he tells […]

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The Relative Nature of Time

The Relative Nature of Time

Have you ever been a part of an experience, whether it was as short as hanging out with friends or over an extended period, like going to college, that felt like time just flew by? While you were a part […]

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