Philosophy

On Presuppositionalist Apologetics

By Alvin John Ballares / April 11, 2019 / 0 Comments

On Presuppositionalist Apologetics  by Ben Sackenheim Cincinnati, Ohio, United States April 8, 2019                   Many readers may not even be familiar with this term, but you will need to know it because if you are involved in the messy business of counterapologetics for long, you will eventually encounter it. Presuppositionalism is a drastically different method of […]

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Sinulog in Cebu: Political in nature

By Marissa Langseth / January 20, 2019 / 0 Comments

The Sinulog is Political: – its religious symbolism and meanings are meant to reinforce the legitimacy of the Roman Catholic Church as a key institution of society. – its cultural performances and artisitic interpretations are not only displays of parts of Cebuano identity but a potent projection of soft power on a domestic and even […]

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Women's Rights are human rights

I am a Young Woman: Advocating for Women, their Rights, and Inspiring Young Ones to Serve

By McJarwin Cayacap / May 20, 2018 / 0 Comments

I was once a child prying why many women, especially those who are married, stay home, do the household chores, and look after the children. Are they uneducated? Are these womenfolk not allowed to work and earn a living? Is this the old culture where women are kept home, and men work for the family […]

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Self-RESPECT

A Humanist’s Perception of Respect

By McJarwin Cayacap / May 13, 2018 / 0 Comments

I’m not expert in social studies and ethics but I believe that there are things that don’t require academic knowledge because they are simple and innate to us as human beings. Among these attributes is respect. Through all the ups and downs of life, we learn new things from one experience to another. Although respect […]

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Vitruvian Man X Humanism

How Humanism Gave Birth To Me

By McJarwin Cayacap / May 6, 2018 / 0 Comments

Humanism begins with a question I was 8 when I first pondered over the question, “Do cavemen go to hell?” This triggered me to question humans’ knowledge of the beyond, of what lies after we die. My thirst for knowledge led me to go on a philosophical adventure in search for “the truth”. Religion was […]

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In the Name of

By Dwengster / October 14, 2017 / 0 Comments

In the Name of October 9, 2017 6:47 PM (+8 GMT) Bacolod City, Philippines There once was a zealous Christian and an atheist who one day were trying to rally on a point on which idea should prevail. The atheist provided a point on how he did things by following his moral obligations with the […]

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