Study: Do Liberals Have More Sex?

Study: Do Liberals Have More Sex?

this episode of the abstract brought to you by sprint and athlete that story about uh the dopamine receptor gene d_r_ g_-four and how if you have this gene you are predisposed to being liberal it’s fascinating it in the reason is you’re more altman to social change made to interacting with others the it Read more about Study: Do Liberals Have More Sex?[…]

Pseudo-tolerance, or “Fast food vs. equality”

Pseudo-tolerance, or “Fast food vs. equality”

The economist John Kenneth Galbraith once wrote, “Faced with the choice between changing one’s mind and proving that there is no need to do so, almost everyone gets busy on the proof.” I recently had the chance to witness this firsthand. On the social news site reddit.com, a story was posted about Chick-fil-A and their Read more about Pseudo-tolerance, or “Fast food vs. equality”[…]

Indo-Pak War of 1971|The  Story of Bangladesh Liberation War

Indo-Pak War of 1971|The Story of Bangladesh Liberation War

The war that created a new nation, the war that refueled the pride of the Indian armed forces, the war that put a full stop to the Nazi like genocide that killed nearly 3 million innocent people of Bangladesh, the Indo-Pak war of 1971 was a huge set back to Pakistan and a remarkable demonstration Read more about Indo-Pak War of 1971|The Story of Bangladesh Liberation War[…]

Why I use Freerun to beat Anxiety & the Window of Tolerance

Why I use Freerun to beat Anxiety & the Window of Tolerance

Hello everyone I’m Silvana, you might have seen my earlier video where I talk about what exactly happens in the brain when we are scared. Filmed partly while standing on the edge of a building, experiencing fear myself, you won’t need to have seen that one first, link in the description and at end of Read more about Why I use Freerun to beat Anxiety & the Window of Tolerance[…]

World Tolerance Summit | Achieving Social, Economic and Humane Benefits of a Tolerant World

World Tolerance Summit | Achieving Social, Economic and Humane Benefits of a Tolerant World

There is a child hidden in all of us Sometimes caught up in the struggles of life So we strive to nurture and protect the child in us Even when some may resist the temptation of being light hearted Many of us want to keep our hearts pure To be compassionate and to work with Read more about World Tolerance Summit | Achieving Social, Economic and Humane Benefits of a Tolerant World[…]

Libertarian Philosophy: Rawls and Nozick on Liberty & Equality – Learn Liberty

Libertarian Philosophy: Rawls and Nozick on Liberty & Equality – Learn Liberty

One way to think about this tension between liberty and equality is to look at an exchange that took place between two of the great American political philosophers in the 20th century, Robert Nozick and John Rawls. John Rawls had argued that equality was really the benchmark, the moral benchmark, for social and political institutions Read more about Libertarian Philosophy: Rawls and Nozick on Liberty & Equality – Learn Liberty[…]

Schools of Thought in Classical Liberalism, Part 3: Public Choice

Schools of Thought in Classical Liberalism, Part 3: Public Choice

So letís look at James Buchanan, Gordon Tullock, and the public choice school. James Buchanan, a Nobel Prize winner. Buchanan and Tullock wrote a lot of works together, probably the most famous one is The Limits of Liberty. Their approach to the question, how do we decide what the role of government, is they look Read more about Schools of Thought in Classical Liberalism, Part 3: Public Choice[…]

Schools of Thought in Classical Liberalism, Part 7: Conclusion: What’s Your View?

Schools of Thought in Classical Liberalism, Part 7: Conclusion: What’s Your View?

So what’s your view about what the role of government should be? What’s your criteria for deciding what you think government should do? What’s your methodology? What’s your philosophy for making that broad goal? Why do you think government should be limited? Do you think it should be limited because of the consequences of government Read more about Schools of Thought in Classical Liberalism, Part 7: Conclusion: What’s Your View?[…]