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A Morbid Curiosity

Jaxon Higgins, Staff Writer

April 8, 2019

Filed under Opinion, Philosophy, Science, World

            Science is based on the idea that knowledge will never fully be obtained, that there is a perpetual search for truth. This, unfortunately, often becomes the bane of scientists around the globe, in every culture. This search for truth has a tendency to blind researchers to both the practicality, and morality of the means by which they acquire it. When a scientist’s curiosity is peaked, it will, more often than not, outweigh any other factors associated with the subject, no matter how vital.

A Discontent America

Jaxon Higgins, Staff Writer

April 8, 2019

Filed under Opinion, Philosophy, Uncategorized, USA

The debate and study of happiness is one of philosophy rather than pragmatic science. Feelings have never been concrete enough to study scientifically and to act as though happiness is any different is delusional. Witnessing the dramatic increase in suicide rates in the past years, an urgency to find a cure for dissatisfaction has surpassed the need to maintain an empirical mindset. Happiness is not a measurable facet of life, it is vastly different for every individual, a liability when attempting to do a controlled study.

Is Happiness Affected by Materials?

• Korie Gallagher •

May 15, 2018

Filed under Opinion, Philosophy

Do you have too much stuff? Sorry, let me rephrase that. Do all of the things you own bring you joy or purpose in your life? And I mean all of it. Books, clothes, souvenirs, random items in your junk drawer, etc. If you have s...

What Is Judgement?

What Is Judgement?

May 11, 2018

Where Words Take Us

Kailey Pickering, Senior Staff Writer

April 9, 2018

Filed under Opinion, Philosophy

We live in a chaotic, expectant world where, as students, we are expected to go far in life outside of school. We are expected to be engaged in class, to be motivated in projects and put our full effort into every piece of work...

10 Weird Philosophies

10 Weird Philosophies

February 4, 2018

Stories You Can Sink Your Teeth Into
Philosophy