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Lessons From: Neon Genesis Evangelion
2017-07-28 18:09
How to deal with the Hedgehog's DilemmaNeon Genesis Evangelion came out back when I was born in '95 and is still one of the best anime ever made to this day. I know that a lot of people are… Read More
Lessons From: Star Wars Prequels
2017-07-21 18:02
The tragic irony of a strict dogmaThe Star Wars prequels are widely seen as one of the worst mistakes to come to the silver screen, and even then, a few aspects of it are brutally torn apart… Read More
Lessons From: The Godfather
2017-07-14 17:56
How Corleone earned respect and loyaltyThe Godfather is thought by many to be the best movie, and if you haven't read the books, do yourself a favor. It's a pretty good story all in all abou… Read More
Lessons From: Oedipus Rex
2017-07-07 21:00
How to avoid a self-fulfilling prophecyIf you've a love for the Greek tragedies or a basic knowledge of psychology or the history of literature, then you probably know about the story of Oed… Read More
Lessons From: Alexander The Great
2017-06-30 21:00
How Alexander led by exampleWhenever you ask someone to list his favorite generals, it's usually either Napoleon Bonaparte or Alexander the Great at the top. Otherwise they're usually top 5… Read More
Lessons From: John F. Kennedy
2017-06-16 23:00
How absensce can make you belovedWe've already covered how you can sometimes end with all of the credit for an idea with Charles Darwin, but what about making the world's perspective on you… Read More
2017-06-09 23:00
How Stresemann single-handedly changed the course of a nationWhenever you think of good diplomacy, Gustav Stresemann certainly has to come to mind. Winner of the Noble Peace Price in 1926, h… Read More
Lessons From: The Socratic Method
2017-05-15 19:00
How Socrates learned and taught the truthShoutout to all the teachersIf you've taken a class with a good teacher, and you actually feel that you got something away from it, chances are that… Read More
Lessons From: Aristotle's System Of Logic
2017-05-15 00:56
How to use Aristotle's Logic to be a better studentTeacher's Day is tomorrow here in Mexico, so before we indulge in learning about the man who possibly was the greatest teacher of all time… Read More
Lessons From: Blade Runner
2017-05-08 19:24
How Deckard learned your origin isn't as important as what you doBlade Runner is one of those films that can only truly be made once in a lifetime, with a story as beautiful as its imagery… Read More
Lessons From: Donnie Darko
2017-05-06 08:58
How Donnie Darko let go of his fear of deathShoutout to LizzieAsk young people what their favorite movie is, and they'll generally tell you that it's either Fight Club or Donnie Darko, which… Read More
Lessons From: The Pareto Principle
2017-05-06 06:11
How to make the most of your time and effortEconomics is the sort of topic where an enthusiast thinks he knows what he's doing, but really doesn't. In itself, it's a very strange science abo… Read More
2017-04-29 03:00
How to use stoicism to get rid of your negative emotionsMarcus Aurelius Antoninus Augustus was emperor of Rome and the last of the Five Good Emperors. He was beloved during and after his rei… Read More
2017-04-27 17:34
How Gorillaz redefined being a band by constantly changing its styleIn honor of their new album coming out tomorrow, April 28, 2017Once you've seen it, you can't really forget 2-D, Murdoc, N… Read More
Lessons From: Heraclitus And Flow
2017-04-26 23:03
How to understand change and adapt to itShoutout to Balbina. For her birthday I'll cover the origin of her favorite philosophy. Heraclitus of Ephesus was one of those rare jewels that g… Read More
Lessons From: Schopenhauer's Will To Live
2017-04-23 04:27
How to lose the "Will" to live to let go of suffering and live a happy lifeNote before you begin: I know the subtitle is strange when the Will to live needs to be lost to reduce suffering, b… Read More
Lessons From: George Orwell's Animal Farm
2017-04-22 21:59
Orwell's rendition of the working class and how to make yourself essentialIf you've been to a British or American high school chances are you've read Animal Farm and saw the obvious allegory… Read More
Lessons From: Amélie
2017-04-22 05:24
How to enjoy the little things in life like AmélieThere is no country on earth that can handle romance better than France. Therefore, who could be better than Jean-Pierre Jeunet at fi… Read More
Lessons From: Ray Bradbury
2017-04-22 00:12
The story of Ray Bradbury and his interpretation of Fahrenheit 451Published in 1953, and one of, if not the best work that Bradbury has ever published, Fahrenheit 451 is by this point consid… Read More
Lessons From: Sun Tzu's Art Of War
2017-04-22 00:09
From Sun Tzu himself: Three main ideas that will help you win every battle in your lifeWar. What is it good for? Showing off your strength, that's what. All jokes aside, the Art of War… Read More
Lessons From: Plato's Virtues
2017-04-21 06:53
How to apply Plato's 4 cardinal virtues to your code of ethicsPlato was an interesting man, to say the least. He is widely known for being a student of Socrates who went on to become one of… Read More
Welcome To Application Of Knowledge
2017-04-21 03:28
A blog about learning lessons and applying knowledgeLife can often be very complicated for any person. They say knowledge is its own reward, but I can assure you that if you know how to use… Read More

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