My Blog Posts

2014 14/Apr

1) A Change in Our Nature, Not Just Our Gadgets There’s much to be said about how different we’ve become from the society of even 30, never mind 300 years ago. Hunkered over our desks or our iPhones, heads buried in a dozen screens per day, there’s plenty of research to suggest that we’re losing […]

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2013 18/Sep

Like so many scientists and science-loving scholars, Kyle Munkittrick had an interest in science and science-fiction at a young age; however, he didn’t actually consider pursuing “science as a career” until he entered NYU and found a program that basically allowed students to construct their own course of study.  Munkittrick took a class on the […]

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2013 21/Jan

After getting in a fantastic interview with Professor William O. Stephens, I was connected to the www.stoicscollege.com website, where I bumped into a number of other thinkers I knew I’d want to catch up with. After reading some of the work of Prof. Kevin Hill of Portland State University in Oregon. When given the opportunity […]

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2013 6/Jan

Does “Making the Most” of Our Biological Lives Provide Insight to How We Might or Could “Make the Most” of Our Technologically “Enhanced” Lives? My greatest fascination in the past 7 years of my life has been in the understanding and execution of living one’s best life. This has involved cycles of introspection, the study […]

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2012 23/Dec

As humans, learning often feels good, food often tastes good, novelty brings joy to life, living by values that we set brings order to our consciousness, and besides very few of us, relationships imbue the most meaning in our lives and bring us our greatest highs. They may also be said to give us our […]

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