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Instinct vs. Intellect: Jeremy Griffith’s Explanation of the Human Condition

Australian author & biologist, Jeremy Griffith

When humans’ emerging consciousness grew powerful enough to begin defying our pre-established instincts, the great problems of the human condition began. Read More »

Lawrence of Arabia and the Price of a Man’s Conscience

TE Lawrence in the traditional dress of the Arab tribes he studied and fought with

Moral anguish over his wartime exploits wracked T.E. Lawrence. Did his conscience contribute to his death? Read More »

Book Review: The Dog Stars by Peter Heller

This post-apocalyptic world holds moral virtues in scant regard & forces survivors to ask — what are they prepared to do in order to survive? Read More »

S. E. Hinton’s The Outsiders and Why We Don’t Stay Gold

It isn’t easy to find anything that helps you being a teenager. Read More »

Kafka and His Uneasy Relationship with Egocentricity

It confounded Einstein: Why didn’t Kafka just "make the best of life" like the rest of us and accept our ego and egocentric lives? Read More »

Ayn Rand: Agent Provocateur of Good versus Evil

What do you do when a writer you love is intransigently opposed to someone else you have taken into your heart? Read More »