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A Boricua Ponders the Rise of White Supremacy

Hatred never ceases through hatred. Hatred only ceases through love. This is the eternal rule. – Siddhartha Buddha, in the Dhammapada The man who best knows how to meet external threats makes into one family all the creatures he can; … Continue reading

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PSBMS: Respecting and Admiring Good People is Good for the Character

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The Closing Chapter of Histories

As some of my readers know, I’ve been reading Good Book: a Humanist Bible for over a year now, and have written a few reviews of its books as well as a general review for Society of Epicurus. I just … Continue reading

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Oinoanda: “What the Truth Was Before it Turned into Ruins”

Even if you carve the truth on a gigantic rock mass, in the end, there will be no one to understand it. It will eventually merge into the soil and keep waiting to be understood. As human beings occupy themselves … Continue reading

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Lawgiver: the Philosophy of Leadership

Nothing can stop the man with the right mental attitude from achieving his goal; nothing on earth can help the man with the wrong mental attitude. – Thomas Jefferson Lawgiver is one of the books included in Good Book: a … Continue reading

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Philosopher Hypatia

You don’t question what you believe, or cannot. I must. – Hypatia I strongly recommend the film Agora. It’s not fully accurate or historical but I thought it was a well made movie and it sheds light on the ancient history … Continue reading

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Death and the Skeptic

“The world began when I was born and the world is mine to win.” —Badger Clark As much as the anthropocentric arrogance and subjectivity of the above statement contradict obvious facts, it could be said that every mind is a … Continue reading

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