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  • Arash Farzaneh
  • August 07, 2008 07:26:35 AM
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A blog with a critical and humorous look at important philosophical and psychological issues, sometimes bordering on the absurd and insane. It is also a blog for writers, where some of my short stories are showcased and some tips for improving writing and accepting criticism are given.

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The Death and Legacy of the Immortal Artist

Friedrich Nietzsche undoubtedly a highly influential thinker and one of the most important philosophers of the modern age was and continues to be often misunderstood and maligned and more often than not mired in controversy. The controversy may occur at times due to his innovative and revolutionary ideas, but at other times due to influences and circumstances that have been completely outside of his control. An example of very unfortunate historical circumstance would go back to his estranged...


The Fall from Grace: Garden of Eden Revisited

I have always found the biblical story of the Garden of Eden to be puzzling and confounding, to say the least. Questions have abounded regarding its moral lesson and utility. The story seems to suggest that original sin originally came into existence as the direct result of disobeying (admittedly blind and overbearing) power and authority; worse, since the act involved the dichotomy between ignorance and knowledge, the Bible seems to suggest that the former is preferable to the latter, hence...


Narcissistic Mothers

The mother nourishing and taking care of her infant is upheld not only as an ideal for human development, but also considered a sign of spirituality; a mother is often depicted as an embodiment of the sacred and the holy, which is most expressly symbolized in the Holy Virgin of the Catholic religion. In fact, motherhood is put on a pedestal as she is seen engaged in the selfless act of not only protecting her loved ones but also imbuing them with unconditional love.  Motherhood is equally...


Purely Psychosomatic: It’s All in Your Head Book Review

The book It’s All in Your Head: Stories from the Frontline of Psychosomatic Illness by Irish neurologist Suzanne O’Sullivan was first brought to my attention by my attentive wife about a year ago. She had found out about this book online and told me about it as she, being in the medical sciences herself, knew me to be a (borderline) hypochondriac. Previously, she would almost always say to me that my problems and ailments were psychological in nature, and I would retort, somewhat angrily,...


The Immaculate Celebrity State of Being

I recently watched Phantom Thread (2017) by Paul Thomas Anderson, one of those few filmmakers out there who is creative, idiosyncratic and generally unpredictable. He first impressed me with the magnificent and opera-like Magnolia(1999) only to follow it up with the small indie-like film Punch Drunk Love (2002) that ran half its running time with, of all people, Adam Sandler in one of his best and funniest roles. Phantom Thread is a different breed altogether, but I quite enjoyed this film in...


The Quantum Metaphor for Life and Sciences

We can probably all relate to the following experience: There are five minutes left in a sports game (soccer, hockey, what-have-you) and your favorite team is ahead by a goal. You are anxiously looking at the clock hoping that your team is going to pull through with a win. A lot can happen in that five-minute time interval, so you hold your breath. The seconds winding down feel like an eternity and you wish you could move their hands more quickly to end the game and secure the much-desired...


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