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Magazine articles on philosophy and fundamental questions.
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April 2005
Cathy Young
A Wave of Hot Air A great tragedy like last December's tsunami might not be a good time for any kind of philosophizing, religious or secular---particularly philosophizing by safe and well-fed people about a disaster that doesn't touch their own lives. mark for My Articles 216 similar articles
Ash Karbasfrooshan
Do It Your Own Damn Self Once you accept certain facts as a reality, you can start to control your own destiny. Waiting for someone to "open the door" for you will always leave you on the outside, in the cold, looking in. mark for My Articles
Ash Karbasfrooshan
Going For The Gold The Olympic Games present a useful starting point for some introspection. How should the young professional live his life: always aiming for his personal best, or striving to set absolute records relative to his cohorts? mark for My Articles 52 similar articles
Fast Company
September 2004
John McCain
In Search of Courage Courage is like a muscle. The more you exercise it, the stronger it gets. But is our collective courage growing weaker from disuse? We don't demand it from our leaders, and our leaders don't demand it from us. mark for My Articles 58 similar articles
August 20, 2004
Susan Kuchinskas
Jim Gray, Microsoft Scaleable Servers Research Group Microsoft researcher Jim Gray wants to put everything we know about space into a database. It starts with understanding what existence is all about. mark for My Articles 62 similar articles
Ash Karbasfrooshan
What Intimidates You? Intimidation stems from fear; fear in turn stems from uncertainty. Despite what some might say, today we are more uncertain about things than ever before. mark for My Articles 13 similar articles
August 2004
Rieva Lesonsky
Significant Others Most of us yearn to be successful, thinking it will mark our place in this world. But is really enough to be a success, or should we also strive for significance? mark for My Articles 9 similar articles
July 2004
Cory Doctorow
Rise of the Machines Isaac Asimov turned androids into pop culture icons - and invented the science of robotics in the process. Now his classic I, Robot hits the big screen. mark for My Articles 115 similar articles
March 2004
Epstein et al.
Coercion vs. Consent A debate on how to think about liberty. mark for My Articles 43 similar articles
February 2004
Neil Steinberg
A Week of Eating Dangerously Searching for detente between man and beast in the animal rights debate mark for My Articles 48 similar articles
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