Archive for the ‘Philosophy’ Category
Zeanne Mendoza | December 6, 2014
Interstellar, the long awaited movie! I let out a sigh of relief with the notion that I wouldn’t need to attend chemistry class later! I’ll be honest; my knowledge of the movie was rather limited up until a field trip to watch it came along. The pre-movie trailers alleviated the tension amongst our exorbitantly large Astronomy Club group; I had no idea what I was in for, neither did the rest who watched it with me.
Nikita Ravindran 11G1 | October 20, 2014 A display of a myriad of colours often puts a smile on ones face- it bathes our mind with a sense of outlandish (yet ever so wonted) joy. The very feeling of knowing where we are, or knowing that our presence is acknowledged by our abode, and that […]
Raya Bidshahri, 13 April 2014
In all of history, there have been very few human beings as intriguing, influential, and ingenious as Socrates. He was not only one of the greatest thinkers of the 5th century but also one of the greatest to have ever lived.
Raya Bidshahri, 25th March 2014
When we are faced with moral questions in our everyday lives, sometimes we act impulsively or instinctively and sometimes we pause to think, not just about what to do, but about what we ought to do.
Raya Bidshahri, 8 Sept. 2012
What is true happiness? – Is it money? Laughter? Food? Sex? Tranquility? Love? Health? Wisdom? Chocolate? Freedom? Mere Satisfaction?
Raya Bidshahri, 17 August 2012
Today, we are privileged with the existence of extraordinary machines that extend our senses and allow us to learn more about the external world around us. But until several centuries ago, all of mankind relied on philosophers and nothing but their brilliant brains to explore the world, both within and around them.