The so-called mind-body problem is one of the greatest and most quietly painful conundrums in philosophy, and more importantly, in everyday life. The problem is rooted in the fact that in the eyes of other people, all of us are automatically and stubbornly associated with our bodies, which includes, of… Continue Reading The Mind Body Problem

In addition to such questions as do we share the same reality and what is real, philosophers debated what makes people human, or more precisely “Are the mind and body separate?” One group believed that the body is separate from the mind, also called the soul or psyche. This position… Continue Reading 04 If You Know Nothing About Psych: Mind-Body Problem

Translator: Anaë François Reviewer: Denise RQ I wanted to start off by asking a question to everyone in the room, and you can take a minute to think about this question. I wanted to ask what do you find most beautiful? And not in the world, like butterflies and flowers,… Continue Reading My story is painted on my body | Chantelle Brown-Young | TEDxTeen

w-term; but oftentimes, that s useful just to get them through the initial stages and they can help to manage their own problems by maintaining their lifestyle changes in diet and exercise that I have encouraged them to introduce. ve successfully treated a number of patients with a vide variety… Continue Reading Reverse Chronic Health Problems with Natural Medicine – Dr. Simon Barker, ND

[MUSIC PLAYING] This episode was proudly made possible by Subaru. [MUSIC PLAYING] For as long as I can remember, I’ve had a soft spot for love and melancholy. And I think those two things are intimately interrelated, right? Love and sadness– they exist in the same space. There’s a reason… Continue Reading Love is the Greatest Pain

Translator: Victor Carras Reviewer: Maria K. Okay. Well, I have 10 minutes (Laughter) to inspire you to move in the direction of well-being, perfect health, discover your true self, resurrect your soul, influence the markers of ageing at a cellular level – the level of cell biology – and actually… Continue Reading Reinventing the body | Deepak Chopra | TEDxTimesSquare

Imagine if you could plug your brain into a machine that would bring you ultimate pleasure for the rest of your life. If you were given the choice to sign up for that kind of existence, would you? That’s the question philosopher Robert Nozick posed through a thought experiment he… Continue Reading Would you opt for a life with no pain? – Hayley Levitt and Bethany Rickwald

On average, over 800,000 people kill themselves every year around the world. Suicide is the 15th leading cause of mortality accounting for some 1.5% of all deaths. More people die by suicide than are collectively murdered, die in traffic accidents, or are killed by animals. It remains entirely strange then… Continue Reading Suicide

So I’ve squandered way too much time debating whether or not I should talk about David Mitchell’s views on atheism, or respond directly to his views (like an open letter), but finally, after the better part of a morning and several cups of tea, I’ve decide that it should be… Continue Reading David Mitchell Doesn’t Understand Atheism (And Neither Do Agnostics)