A Case for Leaving the Left-Right Axis as a Model for Political Analysis

This article was originally published on Goldfire Media.  The United States has a concerning problem with political polarization. That proposition shouldn’t surprise anyone at this point. Polls by Pew reveal that the general population has become increasingly polarized between 1994 and 2017, towards more people consistently holding convictions within their respective ideologies (Liberal/Conservative). Now, having ideological diversity … Continue reading A Case for Leaving the Left-Right Axis as a Model for Political Analysis

The Root of the Stoic Philosophy: Opportunity Cost

This article was originally published on Medium.  The potential in the Stoic philosophy is difficult to overstate. Not only is it philosophy in the sense of thinking out subtle thoughts and limited to the theoretical, but even more importantly, it is an impetus people to change for the better, to use their time efficiently and … Continue reading The Root of the Stoic Philosophy: Opportunity Cost

On Humility and Arrogance

This article was originally published on Medium. The consciousness of the human psyche implies a network of knowledge — meaningful and systematized information — which along with biological predispositions guide our behavior and work as filters for new information. The stability of this network is determined by its foundation (axioms) and structure. A weak foundation with false or misleading … Continue reading On Humility and Arrogance