What to know about what you don’t know you know. #1: Intuition is very efficient—if you don't overthink it.
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Liz Swan Ph.D.
Neil Peart—drummer, lyricist, philosopher, poet, man of integrity—has passed away.
The GOP claims that Dems have wanted impeachment all along. But does that matter? Does wishing something make it so? A better explanation for impeachment is the Donald himself.
The Democrats want a less bombastic and more diplomatic president in office. Joe Biden's performance at yesterday's town hall demonstrated that he might not be that person.
Ancient philosophers were fond of napping to rejuvenate the mind. If they were still around now, they'd probably opt for intermittent fasting, which allows the body to "nap" too.
It seems disingenuous to call abortion a women's issue when it's an ethical and legal question about life and death that involves women, men, and fetuses.
Easter celebrates the resurrection of Jesus. Our relationship with migrants coming across the U.S. southern border is broken. Here's a take on a parallel between the two...
Science teaches us we're just accidental flickers on a dust ball in the universe. But scientists also tell us we must Do Something to correct climate change.
Early computer scientists promised technology would make our lives easier—but they may not have anticipated the infinite variety of maniacal rules governing passwords.
Does something you did decades ago while you were blacked out drunk matter today? Philosophical lessons from the not-so-honorable Brett Kavanaugh case.
The trauma being experienced at the U.S./Mexico border seems hopeless, a lost cause. But what if that trauma spurs the next generation of civil rights leaders and activists?
A hypnotist shares four simple things you can do today to stay in school, even if you vehemently loathe public speaking.
Ever wanted your own personal philosopher? Well, now you have one. Let's explore the light, the dark, and the various shades of grey of human nature together...
Liz Swan, Ph.D., is a writer and philosopher who teaches writing at the University of Colorado Boulder. She enjoys writing about all the facets of human nature—the light, the dark, and the shades of grey in between.