Tag Archives: Socrates

Politics

Photo Credit: The New Zealand Observer, work initialled “BLO” In Book III Chapter 9 of Politics, Aristotle concludes that: Political society exists for the sake of noble actions. But is this what we think of when we hear the word … Continue reading

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Modern Living

Photo Credit: Popular Science Monthly Volume 12 As the Industrial Revolution gained speed, new sources of power were needed.  In 1769 James Watt, a Scottish engineer, developed a practical steam engine.  Steam had been used as a source of power … Continue reading

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MISEDUCATION

Just like most Filipinos, I had to read Noli Me Tangere and El Filibusterismo in high school.  The two novels by Jose Rizal were originally written in Spanish, and of course translated to Filipino and English as well.  Unfortunately, having … Continue reading

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