Collectivism vs Individualism

Oftentimes, we hear individualism or collectivism with a certain connotation of each word. Individualism is painted as narcissistic, self-centered and egotistical. Meanwhile, collectivism is revered as this end all be all solution to a functioning society that is altruistic. I find when discussing such topics, however, each term is not properly defined nor is it…

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God And Such

Hello, It’s been awhile since the last post, there is really nothing to say more than that. However, in the more enticing side of things of life and contemplation is Spinoza– instead of a displaced college student in the midst of quarantine (which is currently me). The reason why I find Spinoza is so interesting…

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Thoughts left on Tiber

If the pavement steams, church bells ring, everything around is chaotic, and floral-printed dresses dazzle your eyes, then Congratulations. It’s summer, and you are in Rome. You’re in the city where Caesars, Gladiators, impressionist painters, skater teens, and middle-aged people with weary eyes all walk together with nowhere to go. It often crosses my mind,…

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