A Deep Dive into: Love [pt.1] – What is it? AND the Philosophy of Michel De Montaigne [pt.2] – Is the love you have for a friend the purest form of love there is?

The love of friends is a universal warmth, temperate moreover and smooth, a warmth which is constant and at rest, all gentleness and evenness, having nothing sharp nor keen. – Michel de Montaigne There may be no other word that has more meanings than the word ‘love’. When someone tells …

A Deep Dive into Fear [pt.12] – The Fear of awkwardness/starting a conversation (& the potential benefit/risk of trying to make a connection with someone new)

This is a deep dive into the emotion that possibly decides more things in our life (or our whole life?): Fear. ——- Are you ever in a situation where you want to approach someone and talk to them, but then chicken out because…. well… why exactly? Our fear of approaching people …

A Deep Dive into: AI [pt.10] – On the philosophy of: Terminator Genisys (If the Terminators are super intelligent, why don’t they just poison the water supply with a undetectable neurotoxin instead of fighting us on our level, with dumbass guns and bullets? If I want to kill a bug I don’t put all my effort into shrinking myself to its level so I can fight like an ant, making it a ‘fair’ fight.)

If there’s an ant in my kitchen, wandering across the benchtop, I squish it. I don’t fight with it and try to kill it in a way that other ants would. I don’t try to latch on to its antennae and pull until I separate them from their body. Nor …

A Deep Dive into: Why we have kids [pt.4] – The Philosophy of: Ricky Gervais – There’s no box of ghost children waiting to be released (or is there?)

Have you looked around lately? Go on… walk around in town during a busy shopping day… or go out on a Saturday night… tell me if you see any other species in almost even remote abundance as humans (ok bacteria will fuck up my argument) but let’s just leave the micro-biome …