Heraclitus, well-called "the Obscure", presents a worldview that at first glace seems counter-intuitive and perhaps self-contradictory. He says things like, "Things taken together are whole and not whole..." (Fragment 22B10, Line 1), "...though at...
Well I have been studying about this topic and want to discover it to more closure ways, first of all for all of those who don't know what another dimension or other dimension is here's a quick definition of it; "Another Dimension or other...
Explains Plato's Theory of Knowledge, where knowledge equals justified true belief. Uses a unique and examples to illustrate the concept in an easy to understand manner.
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...
Evangelical Christianity is changing before our eyes. Old beliefs are being discarded and new goals adopted. In this article, I provide an informed opinion about where the Church is being lead.
The word "Evangelical" is often used and often either misunderstood or not understood at all. Here is the first of three hubs that will give a basic understanding of the term and the institution behind it.
Many children in the United States grow up with their parents reading aloud some sort of Dr. Seuss book. They can distinctly recognize the rhymes and identify the illustrations, his signatures.
Visual aids enhance the classroom and learning experience, but only when used effectively. Learn how, when, and why you should use visual aids to help students understand concepts better.
What is the meaning of your life? Utilizing Viktor Frankl's book, "Man's Search for Meaning" - the author summarizes some of Frankl's timeless thoughts on why we exist.
A summary of descartes' beliefs and contributions to society in a concise bullet point format.