Blog Posts - Social Philosophy

The DOs And DON’Ts Of Electronics Gift Giving

You are going to see many gadget gift guides on the Internet this holiday season. We’ve taken bits of the best (and worst) advice from some of them. This is how to give a gadget! DO enclose a gift receipt with the gift. DON’T buy electr...
by GIZMORATI on Dec 2, 2012

Be An Action Oriented Person

If you're hesitant to take action, ask yourself this: What's the worst thing that can happen? Is failure the worst thing that can happen?
by Random thoughts On life on Aug 22, 2012

You Must Take Control Of Your Thoughts

Take Control Of Your Thoughts “Your main job in life is to create the mental equivalent within yourself of what you want to realize and enjoy in your outer world.” — Emmet Fox “The greatest revolution of my generation is the discovery tha...
by Random thoughts On life on Jul 18, 2012

Your Choices Should Reflect The Your Long Term Goals

Your Choices Should Reflect The Your Long Term Goals When making a choice, look as far ahead as you possibly can. How will this choice affect your life a month from now, a year from now, or five years from now? What would happen if this choice were t...
by Random thoughts On life on Jul 16, 2012


Toni “Poika” Illi left the office when he was 55 years old. Everybody respected him in the government machinery. But nothing stopped him from leaving there.Nothing compelled him to stay. He didn’t want to be like everyone else. Huma...
by Philosophy - In Mind on Jul 3, 2011

Public Speaking and Palm-Reading: What Are Your Hands Saying?

This week, I find myself in a fairly rare position of disagreeing with a blog post by a good friend and colleague, Brad Phillips.  Earlier this week, when discussing body language, Brad took the position that the “steepled” position for hands wh...
by Communications 3.0 on Feb 14, 2011

Is Philosophy Useful?

Matias: “Philosophy! But for what reasons? It’s no use!” Maria: “I don’t know… It gives a faculty to recognize when a man or a woman is indoctrinated and brainwashed and a prisoner of some world view. A prisoner of...
by Philosophy - In Mind on Dec 2, 2010

What Is Violence Against Humanity: A Suggestion

The representatives of every species have natural way to act. So have human beings too, a woman or a man, and vice versa. For instance, for birds flying is natural. For fish swimming in the water is the natural function. For humans thinking is the pr...
by Philosophy - In Mind on Oct 11, 2010

Fragments of Philosophy: Is There Ethical Absolute?

Most people think themselves in situations as agents but not as objects of acts of someone else. Many thinks also that everyone’s own moral beliefs are right and that different cultures’ moral beliefs about the same act are as right. Thus...
by Philosophy - In Mind on Sep 15, 2010

Responsibility 2: Kids deserve better

Kids and their actions are, in partly, their guardians’ responsibility. Kids must be educated as autonomous and critical citizens who are capable to reason their own ends, not politicos’ or guardians’ ends. That’s because resp...
by Philosophy - In Mind on Aug 14, 2010

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