Anselm of Canterbury, Gaunilo of Marmoutiers, Immanuel Kant, Thomas Aquinas, William Paley, David Hume
Plato, René Descartes, John Locke, George Berkeley, Edmund Gettier, Karl Popper
A Simplified Conversation about Free Will with Sam Harris: Sam: Do you have free will? Me: Maybe, I sure hope so. Sam: Are you future decisions based on your past, your deep conscious and unconscious past? Me: Yes. Sam: Now, do you have any control of the past, genes, childhood and other experiences? Me: No. […]
The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck:
A Counterintuitive Approach to Living a Good Life by Mark Manson.
This book will help you think a little bit more clearly in what you’re choosing to find important and what you’re choosing to find unimportant. It’s OK for things to suck sometimes.
The Rosie Project takes you on a first-person ride inside the overly logical mind of a genetics professor. A thought-provoking, humorous, and touching novel. Highly recommended!
Everyone should read this book because, for everything that comes next, Ego Is the Enemy. A really quick read full of anecdotes…
Too personal for me to give an objective review. This book forever changed my view on life, on suffering, on literature, philosophy and trajected me towards seeking truths and quality.
Quality is a characteristic of thought and statement that is recognized by a nonthinking process. Because definitions are a product of rigid, formal thinking, quality cannot be defined.
Human Understanding: Romantic vs Classical
Mandarin Chinese Pronunciation I’m currently reading Fluent Forever by Gabriel Wyner. He recommends the first step of learning any language is pronunciation. He has a short series of videos on YouTube that I found very useful as I start learning Mandarin Chinese. This is the first of a 4-part series on Mandarin Chinese pronunciation. The […]