In my undergraduate Research Methods course, we had to learn the difference between these two types of experiences. I have been coming across these things again in the study of morals, and in some ways these concepts seem to be impacting current events significantly. Now, we can study both subjective and objective realities in science.Continue reading “Subjective and Objective Realities”
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Perspectives of Changing a Behavior
New Year, time for some new behaviors to make myself anew. Right? We all do that, and how do you plan to do that? I’ve got my own goals that I was working on prior to the new year, and it got me thinking. What’s the difference between fasting and abstinence? How does refraining fromContinue reading “Perspectives of Changing a Behavior”
The Intuitive’s Experience of Intuition
Intuitive: readily learned or understood https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/intuitive That is the only definition from the Merriam-Webster dictionary that does not include the word ‘Intuition’ in its definition. That definition makes sense with Albert Einstein’s quote in the above image. Yet, it leaves out the experience of what being intuitive or what intuition actually is. In the descriptionContinue reading “The Intuitive’s Experience of Intuition”
Blaming is Irresponsible Behavior
Children blame because they are still learning about responsibility and what it means.