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Gold, Silver, & Cryptocurrency Markets
"if anything worthy of praise, dwell on these things" Php 4:8
"I have enough time to rest, but I don't have a minute to waste". Come and catch me with your wise words and we will have some fun with our words of wisdom.
Philosophical thought from an amateur and armchair thinker. No expertise, just speculation.
⛩️Il tempio della cultura nerd⛩️
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In Conversation with Legal and Moral Philosophers
Trying to dig out from minus a million points
Relitigating Our Favorite Disputes
PhD, Jagiellonian University
Practical Daily Devotions for the Real World
My review of hot sauces, my favorite peppers, and other stuff...
IN MEMORY EVERYTHING SEEMS TO HAPPEN TO MUSIC -Tennessee Williams
Inquiry and opinion
Welcome to the online home of the IASS
A promise to change your outlook about the entire universe.😉
Viewing the world with a different vision!
Philosophy is all about being curious, asking basic questions. And it can be fun!
Books, papers, and other jurisprudential things
Ramblings of a retiree in France
Entertaining and informing... I think
A journey into the labyrinth of my sceptical mind.
Read to Re-Activate your Thoughts
Obsession driven to infinity
BY GRACE THROUGH FAITH
hoping we know we're living the dream
Lover of math. Bad at drawing.
Blog about economic history & comparative development
We hike, bike, and discover Central Florida and beyond
A blog about economics, politics and the random interests of forty-something professors
Making it big in business after age 40
Reasoning about reasoning, mathematically.
I don't mean to sound critical, but I am; so that's how it comes across
Your muse for all things beautiful.
remember the good old days...
"Let me live, love and say it well in good sentences." - Sylvia Plath
Neuroscience and psychology news and views.
a personal view of the theory of computation
Logic at Columbia University