Tag: philosophy

How Many Bowls of Fruity Pebbles Could You Buy With Your...

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Join Solomon Bloomer on a wonderful adventure filled with cereal, whales, and challenging Enlightenment Era Philosophy! Follow a healthy serving of math...

America First?! Nope.

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This is part one of the Christian Controversy Series. Monday morning of April Fool's day began at 7AM for...

Powertalk! EP. 9

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Hey everyone! We're back with episode 9! Sorry we lied in the podcast about it being episode ten, we get a little a head...

Arguing With a Goal

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Arguing is one of my favorite things to do. I mean, I’m a philosophy major. I’m getting a degree in continually challenging ideas and questioning understandings of reality. Some of my favorite times in the classroom have been class-wide debates about antirealism and the rationality of the universe in Philosophy of Science, or Achilles vs. Hector in World Lit, or social and ethical implications of The Awakening in American Lit.

World in Briefs (09.24.13)

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United States When one is in the middle of a crime, the last thing they want is to be caught with their pants down. Anthony Jason Garcia can attest to this after a botched robbery attempt of a church gift shop in Orlando, California. After praying in the sanctuary of the church, Garcia headed toward the gift shop, grabbed the cash register, and bolted. Unfortunately for him, church maintenance director Joe Larkin was in hot pursuit. As the chase continued, Garcia’s pants did not want to be seen as an accomplice and decided to fall.