In this modern age, companies have more access than ever to their consumers. If you’ve heard about how businesses are … More
There is much to be learned from the great thinkers of the past. Studying the thousands-years old writings of Plato, we explore what the ideal civilisation is made of and what justice is. In doing so, there are lessons uncovered that casts a different light on the state of affairs today.
In the Republic, three types of good are described; the good practised for its own sake, the good practised for its consequences and the ultimate good that is practised both for its own sake and for its consequences (Book 1, 357b-d). The discussion of justice starts off with Glaucon’s account of justice where he explains why justice is a necessary good that people only practice begrudgingly for its consequences. First, he establishes that to suffer injustice at the hands of others is an evil that no one is willing to suffer while to commit injustice benefits the unjust. He argues that justice…
Hey y’all. Here I am again recycling old content I wrote for school. If y’all ever have the chance to … More
An extension of the June Quote of the Month. Xiao Mei lives to see the dawn of the day. The … More
I remember the very first time I met the Future. I was six years old, and he made his presence … More
As history has progressed, mankind has had to develop factors that contributed specifically to the functionality of their society. One … More
“Raw” as in, “I wrote this in twenty minutes”. No edits. Nothing. This brings up a topic I briefly touched … More
1. an organism that lives in or on another organism (its host) and benefits by deriving nutrients at the host’s expense
2. a person who habitually relies on or exploits others and gives nothing in return
There are many family dynamics and each family is unique. There are no perfect families and no way to make any family perfect. However, though all families will have some problems, there are some that harbor toxic, nigh-unshakable parasites — the ones with the most power in the family: the parents.
Usually, when we want to change someone else and have been met with a brick wall or an otherwise unsympathetic … More