Circumstance or Character?

Often times the study of philosophy is at question. Why do we need it? What value does it serve in the educational system? Is it not just a form of wishful thinking? Where are the facts? Answers? Conclusions?? Before attending a liberal arts school my freshman year of college, I had not taken one course…

The Truth Exposed

Increased longevity in humanities lifespan is largely credited to advances in medical research. While there are great achievements in the biomedical field, the industry is laced with collective ethical flaw due to large amounts of profit obtained within the industry. The functioning of biomedicine economically results in tainted research because of conflicting interest with pharmaceutical companies….

A Road to Discovery

The word “theology” simply means the science of God. In The New Democratic Review: The Wicked Paradox: The Cleric as Public Intellectual, Stephen Mack discusses religion and politics. Mack states that the problem with these two is they are both fighting for the same spot in the human mind. When prompted to think of a…