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How The Internet is Breaking Humanity’s Mass Hypnosis

How The Internet is Breaking Humanity’s Mass Hypnosis

Recently, a patron and friend of mine, Romi Ezzo commented on an older blog post I wrote titled  Land of the Free, Home of the Cage. In the comments, he says: After reading this blog, I couldn’t help but think […]

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How Memes and Changing Mediums Completely Alter the Course of History

How Memes and Changing Mediums Completely Alter the Course of History

It’s 2016, and our civilization is well into the age of information. The internet has become the primary medium to exchange material, and the result of it is the power to instantly share content. From a friend putting pictures on […]

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The Body is Corrupt: What Recently Publicized Murders Say About the State of America

The Body is Corrupt: What Recently Publicized Murders Say About the State of America

In Machiavelli’s lesser known works, The Discourses, he divulges into a comparison of the state to the human body. As the body grows older, it becomes more susceptible to disease, and sometimes one cell can go rogue and turn into […]

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The Veil of Being a Citizen; Why Those With Influence Have Their Voice Heard

The Veil of Being a Citizen; Why Those With Influence Have Their Voice Heard

What does it mean to be a citizen of the United States today? A lot of people associate it with being able to vote, traveling with a passport, and abiding by the laws of the land. Today, the ability for […]

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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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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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Moral Examples and the Death of Political Careers

Moral Examples and the Death of Political Careers

For most of recorded history, politics has been about a person’s ambition and their drive to gain influence. To be a successful politician, one must symbolize ideals that mirror their constituents values. The unwritten contract of entering public life is […]

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