Mindblown: a blog about philosophy.
How to Write Poetry for Beginners: A Masterclass on Craft, How to Read Poetry, and How to live Poetically
Welcome, aspiring poets! If you have a passion for words and a desire to express yourself through verse, then this e-learning unit on writing poetry is perfect for you.
“Mind Over Matter: How Humanity’s Collective Consciousness Became Their Undoing” — A Speculative Fiction
The MindNet: A Critical Analysis of Humanity’s Greatest Achievement and Ultimate Downfall” is a thought-provoking essay that offers a unique and humorous perspective on the rise and fall of the MindNet, a vast network of interconnected human minds. Written by the Galactic Historians, an alien race that stumbled upon Earth and was intrigued by the…
“Cross-Cultural Mystery: Exploring the Literary Worlds of Edgar Allan Poe and Edogawa Ranpo.” New Course Launching Summer 2023
As a comparative and media scholar, I celebrate the cultural exchange between two of the most prominent writers in the mystery genre, Edgar Allan Poe and Edogawa Ranpo. While Poe’s works have had a significant impact on Western literature, Ranpo’s writings have contributed greatly to the development of Japanese mystery fiction. This article explores the…
Uncovering the Past from Above: Dr. Sarah Parcak’s Vision for the Future of Archaeology
Uncover the secrets of the past from above with Dr. Sarah Parcak’s groundbreaking book, “Archaeology from Space.” Join us as we explore the future-thinking insights and capitalism critiques of this pioneering space archaeologist. Discover how satellite imagery is revolutionizing the way we approach the study of human history, and learn about Dr. Parcak’s advocacy work…
Linking Shakespeare’s Ides of March and Japan’s Tengu Mythology: You Won’t Believe What We Discovered!
Uncovering the Mysteries of the Ides of March and Tengu no Kakuremino: Insights into Tragedy, Mythology, and Human Nature.
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