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North Africa

Does Rationality Give Life Meaning? (Kierkegaard) - 8-Bit Philosophy

The Great Gatsby

Yehudi Menuhin (16 years old) - Tartini Devils Trill


Fans scramble for iPod Classic, the music player Apple killed off

Two months after model discontinued, fans pay up to four times more for last gadgets<p>One of this year’s hottest Christmas presents is no longer available in the shops. Two months after Apple announced the demise of its iPod Classic MP3 player, the model is selling secondhand for up to four times its …

The Bangin' New Haircut You'll Want To Grow Into

Style<p>We noticed a new cut taking over the runways of Milan and Paris: longer but not shaggy, in your face but not over your eyes. And it's (almost) as easy to maintain as a five on the sides<p>By<p>Swipe to see the photos<p>Read MoreSee the Photos<p>Replay Gallery<p>The Next Star Wars Movie Is Going to Be a …

Nice one, Dave Franco. The 10 Best-Dressed Men of the Week:

Larry Fink’s “The Beats”

In 1958, at the age of eighteen, the photographer Larry Fink left his childhood home on Long Island and moved to a one-bedroom apartment in Greenwich Village. Fink was immediately drawn to New York’s counterculture, and he soon met a group of artists, writers, and musicians affiliated with a late …

Why People Mistake Good Deals for Rip-Offs

Last Saturday, an elderly man set up a stall near Central Park and sold eight spray-painted canvases for less than one five-hundredth of their true value. The art works were worth more than two hundred and twenty-five thousand dollars, but the man walked away with just four hundred and twenty …

Spinner girl and foreman by Lewis Hine - a picture from the past

American sociologist and photographer Lewis Wickes Hine was born on 26 September 1874. He was fiercely committed to social welfare, focusing on child labourers, immigrants, and the poor. In 1908 he became photographer for the National Child Labor Committee (NCLC) to help the NCLC's lobbying efforts …

Philosophy Matters

Newest Posts<p>No Comments<p>Today I start my written preliminary exams to start the process of moving from a Ph.D student to a Ph.D candidate. What has …