Season Finale 0f 2016

It’s safe to say that 2016 has been a year of transitions and change for many. Not only has the international arena taken a huge turn in development (as evidenced by Dahl, 1989-90), but immigration borders somehow started closing up the same time “wanderlust” hit social media. I could go on endlessly about social media... Continue Reading →

Merging Worlds

There are some whose worlds come together and complement each other as they merge and formulate new worlds in the making. The worlds intertwine with the commonality of foundations, where there is acceptance of differences, where there is an understanding that each individual world has its specialty. There are others, however, whose worlds come together... Continue Reading →

Is Western Democracy at Its Tether?

Years ago, in my first year of university, I encountered the question: “Social sciences, primarily that of politics, is a science. Agree or disagree?) In light of recent events in the international arena of politics, I began reflecting back on that question. Before you read on, what would your response be, and why? As a... Continue Reading →

The Hypnosis of Language

Language itself is one of the greatest foundations of society. The structure of society often reflects the structure of the language and syntax. Foucault argues that sociologically, language determines how society forms itself based on the chosen words a legal or political system uses to communicate with the general populous. Lukaszewski argues that positive words... Continue Reading →

Symbols of Perspective

Perspective is everything, and we are taught to interpret symbols in images as well as words. When you see a blue box with an "F", we associate it with Facebook. A large green "M" represents a can of Monster. But symbols are not just images, they are also words. When you hear the word "success",... Continue Reading →

Tech-No-Logic

Smart people ask dumb questions to arrive at genius answers. ~Mikavelli~ Einstein is known as one of the greatest thinkers of mankind. He was a genius, a scientist, an inventor, and a narcissist. In his initial years, people viewed him as eccentric and almost crazy until he was proven right, years later. He once quoted,... Continue Reading →

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