This the seconded part of three part series about the mysterious Luciferian Doctrine.
Jeremy Bentham (1748-1832) was an incredibly intelligent philosopher who invented the widely debated moral standpoint of utilitarianism. Find out what this genius-philanthropist believed and what he did to make the world better.
John Stuart Mill was truly a genius. Find out what he believed and see how his opinions poke at the fundamental question of what really is morality and why we do what we do.
An overview of the basic ideas of Frederich Nietzsche's philosophy, to help beginners understand his work more easily.
This article shows that truth is not subjective but applies to all of us because it comes from the Author of Truth, God.
With our mind we collect and categorize impressions from our five senses. With our Intellect we observe and discriminate between the useful and the useless. Wisdom is a higher function expressed through our mind.
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.
Introduction to phrenology as practiced in Victorian Britain by my great-great grandfather, George Burgess, who learnt the art phrenology while in America finishing his apprenticeship in stone cutting
These are some of the thinking patterns that has kept Nigeria in the status of being a sleeping giant.
John Locke (1632-1704) was an empiricist, and so, he relied on observable date to understand the world. In his Essay Concerning Human Understanding he outlines how humans learn and develop. We are born as blank slates and all our experiences are added to that slate, without the need for innate...