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  1. Why is it important to study ancient philosophers

    The pursuit of the study of philosophy in secondary and post-secondary education is always an admiral one. It’s all too often treated today as an impractical field with no “real world” application, which is why it’s still common for people to ask why is philosophy important? In this article, we will look at that very question: why do we study philosophy, and especially why do we study ancient philosophers?

    Ancient philosophers

    Updated Yesterday at 09:23 AM by Loki


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  3. How scammers and fraudsters locate you

    Con artists make use of several strategies in luring their prey to their trap without them not even knowing they have been duped. Even as at that, one of the weirdest things that borders people who have already been in this kind of situation, is how they find them. However, even if you decide to click here and there, in the search of this information, only one answer awaits you. In the scammers, fraudsters, or Con artist’s world, whatever you may decide to call them, they only use what you expose ...
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  4. Hedgehog's Dilemma

    In the following posts I will continue to develop the subject of interpersonal relationships, especially those related to anxiety disorder in social relationships.

    Today I am going to introduce the metaphor / paradox about the hedgehog dilemma or the porcupine dilemma.

    A number of porcupines huddled together for warmth on a cold day in winter; but, as they began to prick one another ...

    Updated 08-31-2020 at 02:00 PM by Tannhauser

  5. Kurt Hahn’s “Six declines of Modern Youth” (and “Four Antidotes”)

    Hahn identified what he called the ‘Six Declines of Modern Youth’ and the ‘Four Antidotes to the Declines of Modern Youth’. These were:

    The Six Declines of Modern Youth:

    1. Decline of Fitness due to modern methods of locomotion (moving about);
    2. Decline of Initiative and Enterprise due to the widespread disease of ‘spectatoritis’;
    3. Decline of Memory and Imagination due to the confused restlessness of modern life;
    4. Decline of Skill and Care due to the weakened

    Updated 08-29-2020 at 06:02 PM by Tannhauser

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