This year I was only able to read 16 books, dismally, down from 22 books that I have finished in 2019. I was expecting that I would surpass my 2019 reading list during the nation-wide lockdown, but as the days go by I was stuck in an inertia; spending a lot of time to nonproductiveContinue reading “My 5 Favorite Books for the year 2020.”
In reading, I don’t usually have a systematic way of choosing the next book to read. Most of the time I just picked any books on the shelf that I felt I have to read. However, for a couple of years now, I’m gradually being drawn into the mystery of the mind; and this is,Continue reading “The Necessity of Feeling: A Book Review on Looking for Spinoza.”
In reality, the colors that we see does not exist except in our minds. Colors are just a mental representation of the brain. The perception of colors started as a cascade of reactions as the light particles hit the photoreceptors of our retinas and, subsequently, transmits a signal towards the part of the brain thatContinue reading “Acknowledging our ignorance is True Wisdom.”
21 October 2020
I’ve been planning for years now to write everything about what’s in my mind. I have never written anything about what I’m thinking ever since college in which an output, in writing, served as a requirement to satisfy the academics and not to satisfy personal musings and expressions. Some say that thinking and writing are entwined; that both are to be mastered in order for the man of letters to truly expressed the contents of one’s mind.
I’ll be writing mostly about my interests, which is mostly, and not in any particular order: philosophy, socioeconomics, book reviews, current events, medicine, politics and anything under the sun, except for trivialities related to entertainment or pop culture.