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Tag: psychology

Epistemocracy: If Leaders Knew the Limitations of Their Knowledge

Those in positions of power must recognize that our knowledge is very limited, and that to truly progress we must trust decentralization.

The Importance of the Individual in Life

Throughout time, the individual has been represented and portrayed positively in mythology and the real world, showing its importance in life.

The Nature of the High School Hierarchy

A student's social status is an important factor in determining the type of experience they have during high school, but exactly how does it determine that?

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No, You Can’t Think Outside of the Box

Based on humanity's inherent tendency to conceptualize nature into common terms for communication, it is impossible to think outside of the box.

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Inevitable Death at the Hands of the Former

Young but aged-looking mental patient Jake Anderson is haunted by his belief in an evil Creator, but are any of his fears grounded in reality?

Creation Guides the World All the Way Down

Destruction is an illusion. Transformation is real.

The Wage Gap Is Real, And We Should Keep It Around

The proposition for equality of outcome leads to various forms of redistributive totalitarianism.

Does Microdosing LSD Really Improve Cognition?

Can LSD really make you smarter?

Why Jordan Peterson Is A Libertarian’s New Best Friend

Breathing life into the forgotten art of self-help libertarianism.

Coping With The Monsters Among Us

Every argument for gun control or mental health reform is an example of a coping strategy, regardless of intent; efforts to prevent shootings help improve safety, but also indirectly improve the mental health of those in danger.

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