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The Sustainability Effect

Charles Darwin proposed a theory that was brilliantly simple, and yet seemed to explain the vast complexities of the variations of life on our planet. His observations on the similarities of different species and the differences of similar species existing in isolation (birds on an island have different characteristics than the same types of birds on mainland) led him to believe that there was a progression to the development of species complexity. The theory of evolution is well known, and well

Ben Palmer

Ben Palmer

 

About Myself

Dear readers,   This first blog post is to describe a little bit about myself, to show why I am interested in philosophy, and to give some personality to my work. If you are more interested in my philosophical musings, then you may skip ahead.    I was born in Socorro, New Mexico. There has been not much importance in my upbringing from there, as I do not remember much from before my family moved. The key things I do remember are incidental, such as slamming my sisters finger

Ben Palmer

Ben Palmer

Reading list for this year and the next

Reading list for this year and the next

At the start of this year, I had planned to get through a great list of books. So far, I have only got through a few. I had managed to finish Beyond Good and Evil with relative ease and found much of what was contained within the book to be illuminating to my understanding of things. For instance, I very much enjoyed an aphorism (as it links well with my understanding of Nietzsche's work and how he approached things) found within the first chapter 'On the prejudices of philosophers' for its crit

Jacques

Jacques

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