Monthly Archives: September 2010

Peter Singer: The Life You Can Save

I recently came upon the following video. It’s only about 3.5 minutes, so watch it and then continue reading… Anyways, I followed the link here: http://www.thelifeyoucansave.com, where you can decide to pledge 1% of your income to a charity of … Continue reading

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(American) Atheists/Agnostics Most Knowledgeable About Religious Trivia?

An American nationwide poll of 3,412 Americans, asking people of various faiths (and un-faiths) questions about world religions (about core teachings, history, and leading figures), has revealed that Atheists/Agnostics are among the most knowledgeable, with Jews and Mormons coming in … Continue reading

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Final John Pilger Doc (kind of)

Finally, I have watched the last John Pilger doc of a total of 13 that I set out to watch about 8 months ago. YAY!!! This doc, however, isn’t really a doc. It’s a 2006 interview which occured shortly after … Continue reading

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Chomsky!

I’ve just been really interested in the man recently (I’m late, I know, I know), and thought I’d share some interesting interviews I’ve found. Chomsky vs. Foucault: Human Nature

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International Justice: Arrest the Pope (and a short blurb about conspiracy theories and holocaust ‘revisionists’)

Recently I’ve started reading a book of ethical philosophy by John Rawls titled A Theory of Justice. I first came upon Rawls in my bioethics class, where we read from some of A Theory of Justice, and also an article … Continue reading

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