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12 posts about "philosophy"

Saturday 27th February 2021 by SocraticDev

Imagine entering an unfamiliar house and immediately you notice that a step is missing from the main staircase. You worry out loud about the…

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Friday 11th December 2020 by SocraticDev

Against a commonly accepted ideology imposing self-actualisation and perpetual state of hustling as moral values, lays a calm principle…

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Thursday 1st October 2020 by SocraticDev

The archaeological site of the Temple of Delphi in Greece is perched high on the side of Mount Parnassus, less than 200km from downtown…

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Saturday 12th September 2020 by SocraticDev

Gift Culture, also known as Gift Economy, is a social exchange system adopted by some human societies when resources are in abundance. In…

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Monday 18th May 2020 by SocraticDev

The novel The Plague by Albert Camus was published in June 1947. Since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, many readers have obtained a copy…

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Sunday 19th April 2020 by SocraticDev

Donald Knuth is an American computer scientist, mathematician, and professor emeritus at Stanford University. He is the 1974 recipient of…

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Saturday 4th April 2020 by SocraticDev

In reading Randy Pausch's book "The Last Lecture", the reader accompanies a man spending his last months preparing to leave life. Randy…

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Thursday 2nd April 2020 by SocraticDev

Programming is establishing a complex path where, no matter what information flows through it, the executed program accomplishes the desired…

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Saturday 21st March 2020 by SocraticDev

Scott Adams is an American entrepreneur better known as the creator of the comic strip Dilbert. This daily comic strip is a satire about the…

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Thursday 27th February 2020 by SocraticDev

Double ignorance refers to the cognitive state of an individual who is so ignorant that he ignores his own ignorance. Men love to express…

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Monday 23rd December 2019 by SocraticDev

Under daily life noise there is a calm and pacific realm. The medecine professor Jon Kabat-Zinn puts forward the analogy of the storm at sea…

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Saturday 14th December 2019 by SocraticDev

In the software world, we are sometimes trading cybersecurity, clean architecture and just basic good practice concerns to convenience…

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