I'll explain why backward time travel is doubtful but forward time travel can't be ruled out.
The Categorical Imperative is a moral philosophy based on good will and intentions. It means that you should do something, not based on how it benefits you, but because it is the right thing to do.
This the seconded part of three part series about the mysterious Luciferian Doctrine.
The growing popularity of the law of attraction is unquestionable; however it's philosophies and results it has brought to the world leave much to be desired, and should be questioned.
These are some of the thinking patterns that has kept Nigeria in the status of being a sleeping giant.
Moral absolutists believe that there are principles that must be held true for all situations whoever the person may be, where as relativists believe that you cannot hold one principle as a universal maxim that everyone...
Ben Franklin listed Pros and Cons to help make important decisions. I'll explain how he did it, probably to help with his difficult life of chasing women.
There are times in life when certain things happen, whether or not you have actually committed a crime will eventually be determined by a Court of Law and a Jury of your Peers (if you so choose). But until that time,...
"Just an Opinion" was a term often used by detractors to dismiss an article on debunking the Antarctic Pyramids myth. What does it mean? Well, the detractors got it wrong and committed a fallacy.
What is possible or what is impossible is based on our personal views, some people see impossible as I'm possible, why?
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