Reality, Philosophy, Mental Health, and Music.
:: Reading Ibn Khaldun: The Muqaddimah, Part I
Ibn Khaldun is one of the most important and influential philosophers, political economists, and sociologists in human history. Born in Tunisia in … Reading Ibn Khaldun: The Muqaddimah, Part I
Social media: the absorption of the problematic choir ?
Social media as a way to sing to the choir about what I already know. Is that a problem? 🥳. Perhaps the poopy pity party of high school dimensions is the reason for thoughtful version of our global malaise. Is it really happening the way we like to promote ? 👽
A Different Way for Answer…
www.madinamerica.com/2023/03/mental-health-awareness-campaigns-may-actually-lead-to-global-increases-in-mental-distress/ perhaps it is not increased study, but a different ideal of what study would mean when it comes to mental health.
What is happening in mental health?
Music. For your passing.
Does ADHD exist ?
This article by Peter Hitchens has been published by the Daily Mail. It begins: “Does ADHD in fact exist? This week the BBC’s Panorama programme … It has a huge and powerful lobby which turns with fury on its critics so I know this question will get me into loads of trouble but… does ADHD even … ——-…
:: Michel Foucault PHILOSOPHICAL DISCOURSE (6): (un)tying the knots of the present
Live-blogging reading PHILOSOPHICAL DISCOURSE, the new book by Michel Foucault. In the preceding post I began to discuss the different modes French … Michel Foucault PHILOSOPHICAL DISCOURSE (6): (un)tying the knots of the present
: Is Your Emotional Wellbeing Related to Your Gut Health? Science proves Nietzsche ??
Gut bacteria have been linked to positive emotions, such as happiness and hopefulness, and good emotion management skills. Researchers have discovered that people who suppress their emotions have a less diverse gut microbiome, while people who report happier emotions have lower levels of certain bacterium. — Read on neurosciencenews.com/emotion-gut-microbiome-23129/
:: AI makes non-invasive mind-reading possible by turning thoughts into text
Advance raises prospect of new ways to restore speech in those struggling to communicate due to stroke or motor neurone disease — Read on www.theguardian.com/technology/2023/may/01/ai-makes-non-invasive-mind-reading-possible-by-turning-thoughts-into-text
Got any book recommendations?