The Philosophy of Economics: What is Economics – Deconstructing a Discipline

  ~ Work by Ford Madox Brown ~ Defining economics is becoming increasingly difficult. The scope of the discipline of economic studies seems to be ever expanding into new uncharted territories. Currently, economic principles are used in many diverse ways. For example, economic models and theories are sometimes used in criminology to predict criminal behaviour! … Continue reading

Philosophy of Conflict

  ~ Nine Dragon Scroll by Chen Rong 1. Inevitability and importance Conflict is inevitable. Life is strife. Heraclitus said, “War is the father of all things.” Nothing is durable. No relationship is everlasting. He who in the morning is your friend, may at night be your foe. Hold no bond sacred; do not be … Continue reading

Originally posted on Eternity in an Hour:
I realized that the picture links were all broken! So sorry about that~! I have reposted the pictures with a slideshow. These pictures were taken in Sheffield when I was studying for my degree. Please enjoy! Please click the link above to view! Eternity in an Hour View original post

The Philosophy of Freaks: A Guide To Humanity for Heavenly and Fallen Angels

~ L’Ange du Foyer by Max Ernst ~ Beyond here is a compilation of humanity’s darkest secrets. It is a compendium of useful philosophies to guide you in your day to day existence. Some truths are terrible but true. Others are horrid but humorous. But look into the mirror everyday and ask yourself this: “Are you … Continue reading

Day 94: April 4 – In War, It Is Not Permitted To Err Twice

~ The Pont du Gard, an aqueduct bridge in southern France Wisdom If you want peace, you must prepare for war. ~ Vegetius ~ Wit  A prisoner of war is a man who tries to kill you and fails, and then ask you not to kill him. ~ Winston Churchill, quoted in the Observer, 1952 ~ What … Continue reading