Tag Archives: thinking

Primitive and Modern, and how we’re forgetting the True past.

We have all studied History, the big H one from school, in our youths. But is this History of ours really significant? Why do we teach it if not to learn from it, and how come our day-to-day society, the … Continue reading

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WhyWork, finding the lost essays, and why I love the human potential to evolve.

Hi everyone, You may have noticed I am working a bit on my “daily-posts”, first of all, it’s because I feel guilty, not for not posting something daily, but for not getting my ideas written down before I forget them … Continue reading

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Programming. Simple Thoughts

So, today I’m going to talk about Programming in general Most people, at some moment of their lives, encounter a fastidious problem with some software they are using, begin asking themselves how their computer is working, or find something they … Continue reading

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Knowledge and Empirism in Science

Hello, We are now entering the part of the year were we have, at least in France, lots of holidays, so I’ll be able to post more than once or twice a weekend (assuming I’m not too occupied trying to … Continue reading

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1984, doublethink, and how some minds can be visionary.

So, I just needed to share this book I’m reading, most people probably already know it ( if they’re into Science-Fiction) since it’s a classic : 1984 by George Orwell. I thought ( and still think, since I’m only 3/4 … Continue reading

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Thinking pragmaticly, The Dreyfus model, and PocketMod

Hello Readers ( in case there are people who read my utterly disastrous humble little blog ), today’s post is about Organizing your schedule cheaply, learning stuff and thinking in an organized fashion. I’ve recently been reading a book about … Continue reading

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