Monthly Archives: February 2013

Another Debate about the Minimum Wage

Here is a Facebook debate, I am having with a friend about the merits or demerits of raising the minimum wage: __________________________________________ Sam Murray: “What raising the minimum wage does is increase unemployment as employers who could previously only afford … Continue reading

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Why I Like to Read Thucydides

There are several reasons why I especially enjoy reading Thucydides, which is true now as it was when I first read it in my freshman year at the community college. For this reading response, I want to lay out several … Continue reading

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Some Notes on Confucius’ Analects

What makes Confucius such a great philosopher? I shall first note the importance to engage politically and benefit the common people. It seems to be his political philosopher that was supremely important. Of course, he made the distinction between the … Continue reading

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