Nihilism is one of those concepts we are all pretty sure we know the meaning of unless someone asks us to define it. What is Nihilism? What Nihilism is Not The risk of nihilism is it alienates us from anything good or true. Yet believing in nothing has positive potential by Nolen Gertz edited by … Continue reading If You Believe in Nihilism, What Do You Believe?
header image: Citgo criminal or Citgo employee? You decide! by Ben Steele edited by O Society Jan 25, 2020 "A year after this very popular novel came out, I read an article summarizing a study about this novel conducted by scholars at a well-known university. The study documents how the vast majority of people who buy … Continue reading The Compelling Story of the Smart Idiot
by David Robson edited by O Society Dec 12, 2019 When you have a disagreement with your boss, how do you respond? Do you consider that you might be at fault and try to consider the other’s viewpoint? Or do you dig in your heels and demand that other people come around to your way … Continue reading Why Fear Of Rejection Prevents Us From Making Wise Decisions
The Word of the Day is WINNING!!! Who epitomizes the greatest American Dream the most greatly? Who is the superlative All-American family above all the others voted Most Likely Did Succeed Already? Is it the Trumps? Or is it the Kardashians? You decide. One thing is for certain, they are both WINNING!!! and you're not … Continue reading WINNING!!! Which One is the Quintessential Americans Family? Trumps or Kardashians? You Decide!
Delusion. Conspiracy Theory. Mental illness. Tinfoil hat. Where does sanity end and crazy begin? by O Society September 25, 2019 I do not know. I believe the US government narratives about many things are fabricated lies. From Russiagate recently to JFK before my time to the sinking of the Spanish Maine way back before … Continue reading Skeptics’R’Us
by Matthew Warren edited by O Society September 12, 2019 If you hear an unfounded statement often enough, you might just start believing it’s true. This phenomenon, known as the “illusory truth effect,” is exploited by politicians and advertisers — and if you think you are immune to it, you’re probably wrong. Earlier this year we reported … Continue reading When False Claims Are Repeated, We Start To Believe They Are True