Alan **picks up battered mic, nods an apology to the sound technician** Philosophy is a funny thing, is it not? I haven’t dedicated any real thought to this discussion in … Continue reading Time – Blind John (Part Five)
by 罗子禾 At a social event that took place not so long ago, I met a group of anthropologists, some of whom recently received their PhD’s. I have always thought … Continue reading What is Anthropology to Anthropologists?
Johnny’s Rebuttal “John’s world can be extremely difficult, but it can be managed.” Alan, you make the mistake of being too optimistic about John’s loss of his perception of time. … Continue reading Time-Blind John (Part Two)
Alan’s Contention “John’s world would be pretty amazing.” Without a concept of time, John’s memories would have no order. No logical sequence. Think about it, he wouldn’t even be able … Continue reading Time-Blind John (Part One)
A Rule of Thumb Inspired by Rudolf Carnap Written by: 罗子禾 One day, I was striking up an interesting conversation with a friend about laws. We looked into the diversity … Continue reading Tolerance of Narratives
“Islam in the culture of the Moslems, simply means peace. Peace with man, peace with all living things, which ultimately leads to peace with Allah. We believe deeply in the universal principles of the cosmological order and how every action has a reaction. These principles taught us also how to properly eat the correct foods and not to consume the foods that were detrimental to our health in all aspects of life. These principles also taught us how to treat others and how to create a hospitable environment for guests at our Caliphates.”
Being a woman is not a job. There is no description of responsibilities and characteristics.
We’re in the year 2018. I think it’s about time we stopped assigning static ideas to fluid concepts, like being a woman.
We opened up possibilities for skyscrapers, video games and so on by communicating complex ideas to other people. The feat of our achievements is unthinkable if not for the possibility of efficient and effective ways to communicate.
We became excited by the prospect of creating something that questioned, philosophically, the role and value of permanent labels and whether, in fact, we should not label each other at all and instead accept that we are momentarily many things.