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Over the past few weeks, I’ve been inundated with emails from people expressing an interest in writing for The Apeiron.
It still amazes me that something I started as a philosophy undergrad grew to the size it has today. …
We know how we feel about the people around us. But do they know it too? Do your friends believe you when you say you care about them? Are they just words, or do you show that you really mean it?
We’re living in a world of information overload. We face so much noise that it can be difficult to switch off. And when it’s not being exposed to new stimuli, you’re mind is probably reflecting, processing, and ruminating about the data you’ve been exposed to.
Depending on where you live, your work could be your life. In America, for example, up to 85.8 percent of males work over 40 hours per week. They work 260 hours more than British workers, and 499 more hours than French workers every year.
Factor in sleeping, eating, and the…
Most people view jealousy as a negative emotion. But it’s a natural feeling that we all experience. When we work hard and always fall short, we might wonder how other people achieve so easily. What are we doing wrong? Why them and not me? Do they really deserve it?
Remember when you couldn’t tie your shoelaces? Or when riding a bicycle was terrifying? These are now mundane tasks that you do every day.
I’m going to make a controversial claim. With the right amount of effort, anyone can master any skill. As an advocate of the psychological interactionist approach…
The first known books originated in Rome around 23 B.C. Since then, reading has become a central component of human life. With nothing but a pen and paper, an author can bring joy, entertainment, and laughter to thousands of people.
The relationships we form drastically impact our quality of life. They offer someone to laugh and share our experiences with, or a shoulder to cry on when things get tough.
But nobody wants to get used by a friend. So we put our guard up when talking to a stranger…