lazybonesillustrations:

'Straya
Drawn on MS Paint

lazybonesillustrations:

'Straya

Drawn on MS Paint

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kittenconfidential:

calm—reposed:

Make Damn Sure - Taking Back Sunday

I’ll make damn sure that you can’t ever leave. No, you won’t ever get too far from me, you won’t ever get too far from me.

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mcfairy:

if cicadas can sleep for 17 years and then wake up only to scream and fuck so can i

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Every year, I try to do at least two things with my students at least once. First, I make a point of addressing them as “philosophers” – a bit cheesy, but hopefully it encourages active learning.

Secondly, I say something like this: “I’m sure you’ve heard the expression ‘everyone is entitled to their opinion.’ Perhaps you’ve even said it yourself, maybe to head off an argument or bring one to a close. Well, as soon as you walk into this room, it’s no longer true. You are not entitled to your opinion. You are only entitled to what you can argue for.”

A bit harsh? Perhaps, but philosophy teachers owe it to our students to teach them how to construct and defend an argument – and to recognize when a belief has become indefensible.

The problem with “I’m entitled to my opinion” is that, all too often, it’s used to shelter beliefs that should have been abandoned. It becomes shorthand for “I can say or think whatever I like” – and by extension, continuing to argue is somehow disrespectful. And this attitude feeds, I suggest, into the false equivalence between experts and non-experts that is an increasingly pernicious feature of our public discourse.

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duragdaddy:

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simplysupreme:

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HERE FOR THIS

young.black.educated.confident. i don’t see a thug here. at all.

"I’m better at life than you."

yessssssss woo

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"What’s all the rest of this madness for otherwise? What are all our ceaseless efforts for if not to earn us moments of pure euphoria and elation? Are we not meant to be in a state of energized enthusiasm about our own existence? Isn’t that an evolutionary survival technique anyway — so that we want to stay alive and press on — because we have joy to look forward to? I’m pretty sure that the end result of all our work, all our battling, and all our pain and suffering isn’t to see how serious and grim we can be. The darker the world, the more we must increase our efforts to stay in the light — and to defend that light from the encroaching shadow. If there is such a thing as evil, it wants nothing more than to have us believe that feeling joy is wrong."

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black-australia:


First Dog on the Moon on … remembering the fallen - cartoon

A brilliant, thought provoking cartoon on Australia’s Frontier Wars…
Source: The Guardian 

black-australia:

First Dog on the Moon on … remembering the fallen - cartoon

A brilliant, thought provoking cartoon on Australia’s Frontier Wars…
Source: The Guardian