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Manuhuia Barcham ManuhuiaBarcham Writer / Entrepreneur / Digital Nomad An entrepreneur by nature, the goal of my work is nothing less than to reshape the world. I'm demonstrating how working... more »Manuhuia Barcham ManuhuiaBarcham Writer / Entrepreneur / Digital Nomad An entrepreneur by nature, the goal of my work is nothing less than to reshape the world. I'm demonstrating how working together in innovative ways and breaking down traditional boundaries can help us create new value in the world in a sustainable way. I've never been very good at 'fitting' in to boxes. In my own education, for example, I've always worked across a range of sectors with my undergraduate work in Molecular Biology and my Masters Degree in Political Science being completed at Canterbury University in New Zealand, followed by studying Political Philosophy at Oriel College, Oxford University in England and eventually taking my PhD in Political Philosophy from the Australian National University in Canberra, Australia. Throughout this period I was active in the consulting field and undertook a range of short-term projects for government and non-government clients across the Asia-Pacific region, mainly in the international development sector. Then, after working in universities in Australia and New Zealand for a few years, I took up the post as Foundation Director of the Centre for Indigenous Governance and Development at Massey University, New Zealand in 2005. Throughout this period I continued to provide professional advice for a range of agencies including the Australian and New Zealand governments, the United Nations Development Program, the World Bank and other groups across the Asia-Pacific region. Since leaving the university sector I have focused on growing my commercial interests through the creation of a range of companies. In addition to this I continue to write, publish and speak on a range of topics. So far I've published one book and over 20 articles and book chapters. This includes work on the emergence of the new economy, entrepreneurship, economic development, good governance, health systems and environmental management. In 2013 my next book ‘The First Maori Renaissance’ will come out through Penguin.

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Philosophy - Religion

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Totally should have majored in one of these as an undergrad.

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Developing a Coaching Philosophy

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An article on the value of adding a coaching philosophy.

Developing your Coaching Philosophy

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As a coach to many different types of individuals, having a philosophy is crucial to keeping the level of service consistent. This is a living document of experience, progress, and accountability.

Developing a coaching philosophy

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Workbook on creating a coaching philosophy.

Developing your Coaching Philosophy

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As a coach to many different types of individuals, having a philosophy is crucial to keeping the level of service consistent. This is a living document of experience, progress, and accountability.

5 Reasons Why Self Motivated Learners Win at Life

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In Japan, the word for constant and never-ending improvement is kaizen. Not only is kaizen an operating philosophy for modern Japanese businesses, it’s also the age-old philosophy of the warrior cl...

Happiness (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy)

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The historical context of that which we spend our lives pursuing!

Philosophy | Khan Academy

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Open access philosophy

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Choose your own philosophy adventure

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Happiness (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy)

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The historical context of that which we spend our lives pursuing!

Choose your own philosophy adventure

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Open access philosophy

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Philosophy of Teaching

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Are Forensic Experts Biased by the Side That Retained Them?

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Daniel C. Murrie1, Marcus T. Boccaccini2, Lucy A. Guarnera1, and Katrina A. Rufino2 1Institute of Law, Psychiatry, and Public Policy, University of Virginia, and 2Department of Psychology and Ph...

Assessment of Student Experience in a Problem-Based Learning Course Using the Course Experience Questionnaire

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Problem-based learning (PBL) has been described as “the learning that results from the process of working towards the understanding of a resolution of a problem.” This pedagogical approach, based i...

DEF CON: The Documentary

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DEF CON is the world's largest hacking conference, held in Las Vegas, Nevada. In 2012 it was held for the 20th time. The conference has strict no-filming policies, but for DEF CON 20, a documentary...

Epistemology (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy)

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The Nature of Knowlege

Philosophy of Cosmology

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Learning to Embrace Struggles

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As an entrepreneur, it often seems like the only constants in life are the challenges standing between you and your goals. These obstacles are things to be dreaded, leading only lead to stress, anx...

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Choose your own philosophy adventure

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The Greatest Speech Ever Made

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One of the most important speeches in recorded history was given by a comedian by the name of Charlie Chaplin. If you like what you see please share the video any way you can and pass the message on.

10 Reasons Why We Don't Need GMO Food

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Philosophy of Cosmology

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Philosophy | Khan Academy

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THA CANE TOAD

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Thisa is about thee cane toad He lives in Australia

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bio legend.

A Liberal Arts Curriculum In 2 Minutes : 13.7: Cosmos And Culture : NPR

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Amazingly powerful.

Pete Carroll's holistic approach towards football

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Pete Carroll and sports psychologist Mike Gervais take a new approach towards football. "Happy players make for better players." We just discussed how a holistic approach wasn't sports psychologi...

Intro to a holistic approach

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This article describes the beginning of how Pete Carroll uses a different approach towards football. "Their bug come back can be attributed to the new California coach Pete Carroll and his dynamic ...

MIT Online Courses through OpenCourseWare

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"MIT OpenCourseWare (OCW) is a web-based publication of virtually all MIT course content. OCW is open and available to the world and is a permanent MIT activity. Through OCW, educators improve cour...

Supplements: Nutrition in a pill? - Mayo Clinic

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COMPETITION VS COOPERATION

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This piece speaks about the effects of too much competition and the necessity of competition while growing up.

A true leader

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The last few lines of this article sum up why I believe Russell Wilson is a great leader. He is such a great motivator, he knows who he is, and leads by example. Many people try to lead by a "do ...

Pro Life

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"The Overman" from his POV

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Great original source at the bottom. Need to check this out: Nietzsche, Life As Literature, Alexander Nehamas, Havard University Press,1994

Fields of Blood by Karen Armstrong

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Excellent book, as are all of her writings.

Karen Armstrong: Fields of Blood

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Daniel Quinn: Ishmael

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Excellent Series

Krishnamurti: Think on These Things

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Totally should go back and reread all of these books.

Krishnamurti: On Love and Lonliness

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Krishnamurti: On Fear

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Dalai Lama: How to Practice: The Way to a Meaningful Life

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Any book by the Dalai Lama is worth reading.

Dalai Lama: The Art of Happiness

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I guess I need to keep rereading this one!

The Darkness of Life Friedrich Nietzsche

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Nietzsche's ethical doctrine

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Neetz: A nervous breakdown

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Personality Development in Children Who Play Sports

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This article details the importance of children and sports. While the majority of our youth spend more time in from of a TV or computer device, studies show that children who stay active through s...

Intrinsic vs Extrinsic Motivation

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Week 2: This video details the difference between the two types of motivation we learned this week: intrinsic vs extrinsic. Examples are given between both types of motivation and also explains h...

Intrinsic vs Extrinsic Motivation

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Week 2: This video details the difference between the two types of motivation we learned this week: intrinsic vs extrinsic. Examples are given between both types of motivation and also explains h...

The Effects of Motivation on Sports Performance

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Week 2: Motivation plays a key role in sports. It if wasn't for motivation there would be no point to playing a sport. As this weeks readings explain, we are all motivated one way or another. Be...

Human Locomotion

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This is a great video that goes beyond the basics of locomotion. This video talks about the anatomy and physiology regarding human movement. Great resource to go to if needed a visualization of the...

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Learning from the Homeless

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Know Thyself | Psychology Today

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This video discusses the idea that we need to try and find a profession we love to do. The speaker brings forth the question, "What do you really want to do? If money was no object, what would you ...

Resting HR testing Video

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The Effects of Motivation on Sports Performance

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Week 2: Motivation plays a key role in sports. It if wasn't for motivation there would be no point to playing a sport. As this weeks readings explain, we are all motivated one way or another. Be...

Down Syndrome

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I chose to research down syndrome because it pertains to a genetic disorder, in which we have been discussing in class. This is an important topic to me because it is a condition that effects every...

Down Syndrome

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I chose to research down syndrome because it pertains to a genetic disorder, in which we have been discussing in class. This is an important topic to me because it is a condition that effects every...

Gender-Neautral Toys

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This article had to do with children's toys and their effects, which is what we covered this week. This article was really interesting because it touched on the ide of gender-specific toys--and eve...

Tim Minchin UWA Address

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What children think, feel and know about throwing overhand.

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This study was conducted to see how children taught different ways to throw, felt about their experience. Also what they liked and disliked about how they were taught, and how important they though...

Human Locomotion

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This is a great video that goes beyond the basics of locomotion. This video talks about the anatomy and physiology regarding human movement. Great resource to go to if needed a visualization of the...

Self Esteem related to Physical Activity

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Strength training: OK for kids?

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This article is very relate-able to what we talked about in class. It says how young kids should not be doing heavy-lifting or any sort of power-lifting, It says how in strength training for young...

Exposure to death and dying can have a positive impact, experts argue...

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The impact of death and dying can be positive or negative on health professionals lives. There was an experiment done on those who work in a hospital and how being around death so much has affected...

Constructing the Modern Mind - Scientific American

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Allegory of the Cave

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The Allegory of the Cave in The Republic

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Other Characteristics of an "Athlete"

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Initially when discussing the characteristics of what an "athlete" is, I looked at the big picture and was drawn towards more outlying and physical characteristics such as they have to be fast, str...

Applying Aristotle

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Aristotle questions a lot about a persons character and molding it mentally and physically, challenging the individual in many different aspects of life and ethics, either causing them to flourish ...

Recreational Play Can Be Far More Important Than Academics - The Atlantic

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This article's title makes it sound as if physical education and the opportunity for play are more important than a classroom education. While this is true with regards to a young one learning how ...

How to fix the real cause of Low Back Pain from mountain biking. | Mountain Bike Training Programs

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Debatable material in this article. Once again, I don't fully agree with his anecdotal approach to offering solutions

Is cheating still cheating if everyone else is doing it?

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This article is in reference to our class discussion on the topic of cheating to gain an advantage. This article uses the prime example of Lance Armstrong to demonstrate the reasons people have for...

Prioritizing Values

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In life we need to determine our values and what is important to us in order to set goals to better ourselves. This week we discussed what we felt like was important as kinesiology majors regarding...

There's No Such Thing as Free Will - The Atlantic

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Why is Play Important? Social and Emotional Development, Physical Development, Creative Development | Education.com

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This article is in reference to our conversation about the importance of play. This article explains the developmental effects of play as well as the emotional well being.

Intimidation

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This article explains a little about what different athletes do in regards to creating intimidation within their game. It also brings up what the importance of winning is and what different athlete...

The End of Reflection - The New York Times

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Title IX Today

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In class this week we spoke of many of the "isms" sexism being one of them when it comes to sport. We also spoke of the purpose of Title IX in public institutions. This article explains many of the...

Introduction to Epistemology

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Your perception is your reality

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All of your experiences and stories are specific to you. For example, people can have the same experience but interpret it different ways, which is how it is specific to you. In class we discussed ...

Abnormal Prenatal Development

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In this article, it talks about abnormal development such as multiple births, fetal deviations, and teratology. I chose this one because it relates to the Chapter 4 material we went over in class w...

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I found this article pretty cool because it goes into more depth about how our hormones help us grow, and what happens if we have too much growth hormone.

How To Increase The Effectiveness Of Your Mobile Learning Strategy - EI Design

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Today Learning and Development teams worldwide are seeking ways to keep their traditional eLearning as well as mLearning or mobile learning relevant and impactful. I will outline two approaches tha...

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An article about green house gasses from the EIA, the governmental agency referenced in the Gaiam article posted. I wanted to compare the two agencies data. I feel that the two government agencies ...

Physical Activity and Health (week2 August 29)

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Doing regular physical activity can make you feel good about yourself and it can have a number of benefits for your health. For example, it reduces the risk of developing heart disease, stroke, hig...

There Is No Such Thing as Free Will - The Atlantic

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The Case Against Reality - The Atlantic

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Vanessa Ruiz-Anatomy and the Arts

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Achievement Motivation an Internal Look.

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Achievement motivation is a very interesting topic and can be definition can vary from person to person however as the need for success or the attainment of excellence. Each and every individual c...

Peak Performance

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In order to be the best we can possibly be in our exercise regiments or sporting contests, we need to be able to performance at an optimal level. Being in physical shape is half the battle. The oth...

Goals

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We began to embark on the discussion of goals and how they tie into the rest of the information we have been learning over the weeks. It appears to me that all the things we have been going over ha...

The Theory Of Goal Setting Motivation

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Goals require motivation in order to begin and to continue along the path we have decided to embark on. In this article, it dives into the motivation behind goals and how the can affect ones level ...

Predetermined or Free Will

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I really enjoyed this article as it talks about have we can be predetermined from a genetic view point in how we live our lives. Although many people believe in free will, are we really free to do ...

Body types

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Discussing genetics and different body types today in class brought up some of my insecurities that I have always dealt with. I'm built just like my dad, short and strong legs but very athletic and...

Agility

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Agility is the ability to move and change direction and position of the body quickly and effectively while under control. It requires quick reflexes, coordination, balance, speed, and correct respo...

Strength training: Get stronger, leaner, healthier - Mayo Clinic

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This is a basic overview of the benefits of strength training. With this being my favorite type of training and a very popular training in youth. This article by the mayo clinic shows the different...

Comments Matching "Philosophy"

That's an interesting article. I don't think teaching science and math is a bad thing. It's how (and why) we teach it that is the problem, which goes along with this mentality of data oriented, job...

This works well with the Paleo/ Primal philosophy. Espcially for those who take it to the extreme that I find my family doing. Avoiding as many chemicals as possible, whether that is in your food...

I really liked this breakdown of Pete Carroll's "win forever, always compete" philosophy. The commentary addresses some interesting aspects as to what the idea of "competition" even means; it certa...

Comment on Always Compete: An Examination of Pete Carroll's Philosophy
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I definitely see the correlation between this article and what Pete Carroll exercises under his philosophy; it is important to set goals, but work on improving your abilities and doing your best ev...

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I'm glad you posted this, reminding me of these series. I haven't listened to any of them in five or six years. I think I'll have to revisit them. :-) Ideas really gets into the philosophy of scien...

I really like this article because it discusses mainstream corrections to back problems. Mainly, the article addresses almost every point that was brought up during our weekly forum posts and debu...

Comment on Back Pain
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I have seen this philosophy work first hand. Parents are given the opportunity to address real concerns (not just gripes) on a monthly basis. The outcome has been increased volunteerism, more coa...

Comment on Assessment and Accountability of Youth Soccer
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Even if a person has the genetics to become a great athlete there are many other factors to consider on the path to greatness. A person might have the skills and self-motivation but without proper ...

Comment on Training Principles to Improve Athlete Performance
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This was a great article as it highlights what it means to "make Marines". Discipline, perseverance, hard work and determination are what makes it happen. Same philosophy as elite athletes as the...

Comment on What Marines know about Dicipline
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I think that this is a good representation of the different perceptions between the different approaches to philosophy. It made it a lot more clear to understand each approach and how idealist, rea...

Comment on Allegory of the Cave
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This is definitely a rough scenario to be in. There is such thing as a beating and then murder which this Coach is teaching his kids to do. He's teaching his students that murdering your opponent i...

Comment on ESPN: Rick Reilly
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This is a very insightful article and as they explain his correlation to physics and basketball it is easy to see the similarities they share. This was a very applicable article to our discussions...

Comment on Newton's Law in Sports Article
posted by Clayton Schuler

This is a link, that not only can change your perspective, but change your life. There is not too much to be said here. Dr. Michael Gervais studies people who live out their dreams, and do it to th...

Comment on Sports Psych/Life Psych
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Short video to watch and think about. I have watched, researched and look up a lot of motivation. But, this one quote takes the cake of the, all. Will Smith found his purpose to life, and has run w...

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