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A Clockwork Orange: Behaviorism and Freedom

What can be said about A Clockwork Orange that hasn’t been said before? What can be said about Stanley Kubrick? You could spend hours and hours talking about the movie, its ending, and its philosophical analysis. It’s impossible for me to…

The Full Monty: Surviving Unemployment

The Full Monty is a 1997 British movie directed by Peter Cattaneo. It stars Robert Carlyle, Mark Addy, and Tom Wilkinson. The movie didn’t have a great budget and it wasn’t expected to have a lot of success. Nevertheless, it…

The Importance of Getting Good Sleep

The importance of getting good sleep is directly linked to the benefits of restful sleep. This is true both at a physiological and psychological. Getting bad sleep can greatly affect your body and your brain.

5 Keys to Happiness at Work

No matter how much you love your job, it’s not uncommon for you to feel overwhelmed or drained once in a while. The commitments, responsibilities, and limitations it imposes on you can be stressful. Nevertheless, you can always achieve happiness…

3 Keys to Help Develop Your Children’s Potential

Our children’s well-being is probably our number one priority. We all want our children to live a full, satisfactory life. Nevertheless, helping develop your children’s potential in the specific way required for each case is not a simple task. You’ll require…

The 7 Best Quotes That Describe the Unconscious Mind

The unconscious mind is a concept almost everyone talks about. However, most of us don’t understand its real meaning. We’re also not really aware of its importance. Because of this, it’s worth looking at some quotes that describe the unconscious mind…

How Does a Time Change Affect You?

Two weekends per year, a good part of the northern hemisphere undergoes a time change in order to take better advantage of daylight hours. It’s actually an old idea. It was first proposed by Benjamin Franklin in 1784 with the…

Introverts: As Beautiful as a Sunset

It might be that one of the reasons we really appreciate sunsets is the same reason why introverts seem so natural. It’s the beauty of being able to appreciate peace and quiet. Introverts are branded as unsociable people. It’s not…

What are the Causes of Gender Inequality?

Gender inequality is a social and cultural phenomenon in which there is discrimination against people due to their gender. Essentially, this is between men and women. This phenomenon has huge effects. We can feel its impact in different areas: work,…

Be Bored – Your Brain Will Thank You For It

It’s not true that you have to fight boredom using only external stimuli. It’s possible to deal with boredom by yourself and in silence. In fact, it’s a skill that you can master. This skill can increase your creative capacity.

Trypophobia: Symptoms, Causes, and Treatments

Trypophobia is an extreme fear or feeling of repulsion toward any pattern of geometric figures that are very close to each other. These figures can be small holes, rectangles, or convex circles. In fact, the word trypophobia literally means “fear…

The Wolf of Wall Street: Ambition and Power

The Wolf of Wall Street (2013) is a US movie directed by Martin Scorsese, with Leonardo DiCaprio in the lead role. Despite how long it is, The Wolf of Wall Street has a fast and agile rhythm. It’s a movie that,…

Learning to Read: Factors and Influences

Learning to read is a slow and progressive process. It requires that many cognitive and extralinguistic abilities be put into practice. Nevertheless, there are many factors that have a direct or indirect influence on the acquisition of the ability. This…

The Don Quixote Effect

Don Quixote, the character created by Miguel de Cervantes, was a tragic warrior. His struggle was on the reality, rude and hostile, which he attempted to exchange. He wanted to exchange it for an ideal that he knew was unreachable.…

How to Do a SWOT Analysis

A SWOT Analysis, also known as SWOT Matrix, is a tool which allows you to study a company’s situation. It can also be used on institutions, projects, or people. Also, it analyzes internal characteristics as well as external situations. This…

Asian Wisdom: the Depths and the Background

The depths and the background are concepts that appear in various oriental philosophies of Asian wisdom. One has given way to what is known as the “psychology of self-knowledge”. In this field, the different levels of consciousness and their interactions…

The Experiment: Human Nature

The Experiment is a German movie about human nature from 2001. It was directed by Oliver Hirschbiegel. It is based on the play The Black Box. This play was inspired by a real experiment conducted in Stanford in 1971, This…

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