The Problem of Free Will

Today I’m here to question the very nature of freedom itself. What is free will? Do we actually possess it? How can we know? What’s with all the questions? Strap yourselves in, boys and girls. This shit’s about to get bumpy.

Everything Wrong With Pascal's Wager

Without your knowledge, you actually gamble with your life every day. Or at least some 17th-century French dude named Blaise Pascal said you did. I’m sure Blaise was a nice guy and all. But I’ve one found one of his arguments to be a little hard to swallow so I’m going to explain why I think he’s full of shit.

We're All Hypocrites

To a large extent, we're all hypocrites in some regard. We like to believe we’re logical and rational creatures, but often times, our beliefs and desires win out over logic and rationality.

The Consensus Fallacy #2: More Shit People Believe That Isn't True

A while back, I wrote an article about the Consensus Fallacy and the way misinformation slowly evolves into “common knowledge.” Today I am here to again to point out five more bullshit facts that people assume are true just because they hear them so often.

7 Reasons The Ontological Argument For God Is Bullshit

The Ontological Argument is a sound argument, but the initial premises that it assumes, and the paradoxes that accompany it, force it to be disregarded by anyone who likes to maintain the integrity of a rational being.

The Continuity Problem

The fear that seems to come with a personal identity crisis is a bit misguided. It is not the ignorance of who we are that scares us; it is not the inability to discover the qualities that make us intrinsically unique that is most frightening. It is instead the insight that we possess the ability to change and that we have the potential to forge our own identities...

How Millennials Will Forever Change The Future

The millennial generation has its problems like any other generation, but I am here today to present this article as the first in a series of posts on societal and cultural trends regarding millennials that demonstrate the ways in which we will make the world a better place.

The Origin Of Morals

“Is what is morally good commanded by God because it is morally good, or is it morally good because it is commanded by God?”

Harry Potter And The Meaning of Life

The fact that we spend our days searching for meaning yet we are perpetually unable to find any, just as all of the other humans who have existed before us have done, is absurd...

The Importance of Asking Questions

We’re all just faking it, pretending we know what the fuck we’re doing to be able to create some semblance of order in our confusingly chaotic lives.