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PHILOSOPHY POSTERS by Max Temkin | News | Design | Arts | Tech | Entertainment | Latest News | The Skunk PotPhilosophy is the study of general and fundamental problems, such as those connected with existence , knowledge , values , reason , mind , and language. Philosophy is distinguished from other ways of addressing such problems by its critical, generally systematic approach and its reliance on rational argument . The word “ philosophy ” comes from the Greek φιλοσοφία (philosophia), which literally means “ love of wisdom “. In this case, Max Temkin , the artist , wanted to create posters with quotes that motivated people to think ‘ different ‘. More about Max Temkin’s philosophy posters MAX TEMKIN – PHILOSOPHY POSTERS – VIDEO PHILOSOPHY POSTERS MAX TEMKIN Also check out AMAZING SLEEPING BABIES PHOTOGRAPHY and MAPPING STEREOTYPES
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I love browsing thru quotes that I could ponder on at the start of the week and I'm glad to be sharing these with you. Here's a question: Have you ever tried doing everything at once? It's tiring isn't it?
People do what people actually want to do. This simple statement holds itself to be true in 99% of peoples lives.
Those who love you are not fooled... Confidence - Faith - Love
The branch of photography that particularly deals with the capturing shots of abandoned and desolate buildings which are normally not taken care of is called Urban Decay Photography. This particular field of photography is gaining huge popularity as it brings the beauty of the more abandoned buildings to the surface. Let’s have a look at this amazing compilation of 50 extraordinary shots of urban decay emphasizing their smashed and destroyed look. Enjoy! Broadway End of Transmission
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Putting together a great color palette for your design work can be one of the most challenging aspects of any project.
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Every year scientific groups and national organizations conduct studies and experiments examining human dreams. The study of dreams is known as oneirology. Progress is being made in this area of work, but as a population we know very little about the content and purpose of our dreams.
Yesterday was March 15, historically known as the Ides of March, on which, according to the dramatic the likes of Plutarch and Shakespeare, Julius Caesar was overthrown and killed by his frustrated Senate. To commemorate that rather terrible (but undeniably intriguing) occurrence, GOOD looks at the 15 most infamous assassinations in history. 1. Mohandas Gandhi, political and spiritual leader of India, 1948 Assassin: Nathuram Godse Motive: Godse was angry over India's decision to give 420 million rupees to Pakistan. He believed India had been weakened when Pakistan gained independence. What happened next: Godse was a Brahmin so in the days following the assassination, massive anti-Brahmin riots took place. The Indian government was harshly criticized for not protecting Gandhi well enough, despite multiple assassination attempts, though Gandhi was known to refuse to cooperate with security. 2.