A brief introduction to academic blogging.Read More about How To Write An Academic Blog Post
An imagined conversation between Dostoevsky and Nietzsche in a Swiss cafe.Read More about Nietzsche and Dostoevsky
Kollwitz’s art efficiently works against propaganda to popularize anti-war ideas in the public.Read More about Kathe Kollwitz: Art of Protest
In all honesty, I had not realized how difficult answering this short question would be.Read More about Is God Dead?
In this pilgrimage, I learned about the nature of sin, its consequences, how it corrupts the soul and how it draws man away from God.Read More about The Road Taken by Those who Enter Paradise
In this essay, I use the logical analytical process to argue that the examined life is worth living.Read More about Of Course, the Examined Life is Worth Living!
The categorical imperative brings forth an alternate view on medical ethics that can improve the doctor-patient relationship.Read More about An Alternative View on Medical Ethics
My descent into insanity began more than a year ago, as I was walking downtown late at night. I was in a bleak period of my life, wherein my heart felt no joy nor pleasure, only pain.Read More about Hell on Earth – My Journey Through Inferno
Nowadays, critical thinking seems to be king. In recent years, many have come to ask themselves: Is it good for us? Is it good for everyone?Read More about Rethinking Critical Thinking: A Creative Approach
The main reasons why Africa has such a restricted vision of the LGBTQ community are because of its colonial history, homophobic political systems, and the influence of religion.Read More about Why is LGBTQ Un-African?
Zazen, a practice which teaches how to empty the self, offers artists a way to connect to the creative process in ways that questions how we ascribe meaning, encouraging artists and Zen practitioners alike to abandon the trappings of the “self” and to privilege the process over product.Read More about The Artist’s Retreat: Art, Zen, and the Self