How a simple philosophy of Commit First can help tackle problems that seem impossible.
It will take some time for me to become accustomed to this form of correspondence. I’ve seldom sent a letter; occasionally to provide a document to a requesting government bureaucracy but nearly never for pleasure….
In George Berkeley’s Three Dialogues he says, “... if extension be once acknowledged to have no existence without the mind, the same must necessarily be granted of motion, solidity, and…
In the early 20th century, Marxist ideals, though philosophically convincing enough to produce the Soviet Revolution, cracked under the pressure of the real world with consequences that rippled across the East.