Category Archives: Reading, Thinking, Living

Don’t platonify me so much, please!

In the book I’m reading (The Black Swan by Nassim Nicholas Taleb), the author presents a very interesting concept: “Platonicy”. This is the tendency to believe in forms and models (in a Platonic sense) which makes us misunderstand reality in … Continue reading

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Politics is fraught with emotion

Well, there’s more to it than sheer number of possible opinions. We invest a lot in our opinions, people get angry if we don’t agree with them and our lifestyle can be at stake when we discuss how to change … Continue reading

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Why is politics such a difficult subject to discuss?

Why is there such a large scope of political opinions? The question is a difficult one. But, in fact, there is a lot to disagree about: (A) What is the state of world at present? It is much more difficult … Continue reading

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How to decide on a blog’s title

A very good question that I don’t know how to answer, to be honest. This blog was born out of my need to have some space where I can write down my notes, reflections and questions about a very strange … Continue reading

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