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Tag Archives: Philosophy
This article shares the possible causes of philosophy’s persistent male dominance. Philosophy stands out among the humanities: it’s one of the few subject areas where women are vastly outnumbered by men. Although male and female students take philosophy undergraduate … Continue reading
Churches are facing massive challenges as fewer young people fill in the pews of the houses of worship. Read the article below: Look around the pews on Advent Sundays and you’ll see faces you didn’t see in July. The holidays … Continue reading
This Boldsky.com article points out that whether Buddhism is a religion or a philosophy, it only boils down to our own definition of the term ‘religion.’ Buddhism is defined in many ways by different people. While some call … Continue reading
Do animals have feelings like humans do? Joe Gelonesi of ABC.net writes an article about the philosophical arguments that have been made to answer that question. Pythagoras was never the same after his gap year in Egypt. As it turned … Continue reading
There has always been a struggle between physicists and philosophers on who is right — science or reason? In this article from scientificamerican.com, writer Ashutosh Jogelakar explains how the two are correlated. Physicist Sean Carroll has some words of wisdom … Continue reading
According to this CNN.com article, an educator and mother wonders why many insist classrooms be still and quiet. (CNN) — As a graduate student, I had the opportunity to observe a number of idyllic, progressive classrooms where students … Continue reading