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Feminists of the Arab World

Feminism ultimately seeks equal rights and opportunities for women. In order to achieve this, feminism seeks to end male dominance and eliminate gender roles. Although feminism seems to have more influence in Europe, other types of feminism have sprung up…

Five Things that Lead to Professional Growth

Although you want to achieve professional growth, you may be unsure of the right path to attaining it. Professional growth doesn’t necessarily mean getting a promotion or a better job. However, progress sooner or later leads to outward signs of improvement.…

How to Deal with Fear According to Buddhism

According to Buddhism, dealing with fear involves dealing with your perceptions. In fact, this philosophy defines fear as an error in perception. Fear stems from fantastical and terrible images that end up taking over your mind. Buddhism also argues that…

Fans and Mirror Neurons

Fans have existed from the very beginning. There have always been leaders or figures who captivate other people and have a lot of followers. These fans follow them, admire them, and are sometimes even capable of making great sacrifices for them. Neuroscience…

Herodotus: The First Historian and Anthropologist

Herodotus of Halicarnassus was a historian and geographer in Ancient Greece. He lived between 484 and 425 BC. Many experts consider him the first historian and anthropologist. He was the first to leave a reasoned and structured record of human actions…

Jean-Paul Sartre: Biography of an Existentialist Philosopher

Philosopher, activist, journalist, politician, writer… Jean-Paul Sartre was one of the foremost representatives of existentialism and humanist Marxism. His works essentially reflect the beliefs of his contemporaries. His ideas and his legacy have really influenced psychology. Influenced by great German…

The Things You Don’t Name Stop Existing

Where do the nameless fears go? Where does your mind store the emotions that you’ve let go of? How do you deal with the things that bring you pain if you avoid them? Where’s the final resting place of those…

The Strange Twin Town

Twin births aren’t very common. After all, only one in every 250 births produces twins. However, a Brazilian municipality called Cândido Godói in the state of Rio Grande do Sul has the highest proportion of twins in the world. When you enter…

Carl Jung’s Word Association Test

Carl Jung’s word association test is one of the most fascinating psychological assessments. It’s based on the idea that your subconscious is sometimes capable of controlling conscious will. As such, a single word can unleash past traumas or reveal unresolved…

The Cotard Delusion: Symptoms and Causes

We often hear people use the phrase “dead inside” to describe someone who’s lost hope and the motivation to keep living. This is just an expression, though, and it certainly doesn’t mean that the person’s actually dying. Nevertheless, there’s a…

How Long Does it Take to Form a Habit?

How can you form a new habit? How long does it take to form a habit naturally? Can any behavior potentially become a habit? Does it take the same amount of time to form different habits? In this article, we’re…

Why Should Children Play Sports?

It’s great to see children playing and having fun. For them, their play time is the only important thing in the world. It’s also great for them to play sports since it helps them strengthen their muscles and lungs. Some children…

Nutrition and Genetics: The Paleolithic Diet

We’ve recently seen many diets and nutritional theories that promise miraculous results for whoever follows them. These range from losing weight without having to count calories or going hungry, to guaranteeing a longer life and better health. One of the…

The Cassandra Metaphor

The Cassandra metaphor is used to refer to a person who believes they can predict the future but is powerless to change it. This odd phenomenon can torment people who have it when they make predictions that other people don’t…

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