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Thoughts on String Theories

Are string theories pseudo-science or cutting-edge science?

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Paradigm-Shifting vs. Paradigm-sustaining Science

Outsiders and laymen produce most of the groundbreaking work in science.

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Parapsychology and the Paranormal

Parapsychological phenomena - once convincingly demonstrated in laboratory settings - can help to upset current scientific laws and theories.

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Marx Without Marxism? A Study of Karl Marx as an Influential Political Theorist

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The Crucifixion and Escapism: Theories of Karl Marx and Mircea Eliade

In ... Jesus’ ... with regard to Karl Marx and Mircea Eliade, I found a ... ... the deep desire to escape the world. The cross ... and ... this desire, altho

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Economics as a Pretension to Science

Economics is not an exact science, nor can it ever be. This is because its "raw material" (humans and their behaviour as individuals and en masse) is not exact.

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Popularity Of Albert Einstein And The Importance Of His Theories

Albert Einstein needs no introduction across the globe; even children are aware of his work in physics..

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Religion and Science

There are many kinds of narratives and organizing principles. Science is driven by evidence gathered in experiments, and by the falsification of extant theories and their replacement with newer, asymptotically truer, ones. Other systems - religion, nationalism, paranoid ideation, or art - are based on personal experiences (faith, inspiration, paranoia, etc.).

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Exploring Human Consciousness: An Overview

Consciousness is one of the most important aspects of being human. It allows for the subjective experience called life. Yet where does consciousness come from? Answering this question has known a long history ranging from ancient times to the technological present. Where do we stand now? This article provides an overview of contemporary consciousness research.

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Swine Flu as a Conspiracy

Was swine flu a conspiracy? And, if so, by whom?

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Organizational theories – useful tools for any organization

Organizational culture helps in improving the business relations with staff by understanding the behavior of employees.

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Leadership: What Is It? And Why Is It So Important to Us?

Leadership is a subject that has been written and talked about for thousands of years, and yet there’s very little general agreement on what leadership actually is. In the first installment of this ongoing series on the subject, master coach Lynda-Ross Vega offers insight into the different schools of thought on the subject, as well as some critical questions for anyone interested in leadership.

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Economics - Psychology's Neglected Branch

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Psychotherapy as Storytelling

Storytelling has been with us since the days of campfire and besieging wild animals. It served a number of important functions: amelioration of fears, communication of vital information (regarding survival tactics and the characteristics of animals, for instance), the satisfaction of a sense of order (justice), the development of the ability to hypothesize, predict and introduce theories and so on.

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