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Yester-day, Today and tmrw – An enquiry into the Evolution of English Spellings

Have you ever felt irritated at Microsoft word for needlessly underlining in red to point at some mistake in the otherwise correct spelling? Have you ever wondered what led to the separation of English into American and British, other than geography? Well, the answers to these questions can be discovered by tracing the evolution of […]

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Coming Of Age in Samoa

Have you ever noticed something strange when you travel? You realize that there is a separate world out there with its own logic, its own way of life and its own kind of people. The philosophical doctrine of relativism had its foundation in the Sophists who were great travellers of ancient Greek times. Relativism implies […]

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Apollonian and Dionysian Theories of Art

The Greek civilization gave us concepts that we still don’t fully understand, like democracy. One such concept came to describe the diametric philosophy underlying in every art form, and by extention life, for vitabrevis arslonga. This is known as the Apollonian and Dionysian dichotomy. This set of contradicting values, like Yin-Yang, Prakriti-Purusha, Marvel-DC, has been […]

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What if Medusa was just a girl

Of course she had snakes in her head! They all wanted a piece of her, and she needed protection. Who would not wish for protection? Maybe Medusa was just going through what women go through, are expected to go through, always go through. What if Medusa actually had intricately braided hair? And her braids were […]

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