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This is pure garbage. Philosophy is the most retarded subject to ever exist. And this is Harvard? How about pick up a bible and read God’s Word to get some wisdom, character and morality. This is a ridiculous jibber jabber pointless lecture. Lord help this godless generation.
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Lol..its nature to speak in a way that nobody understands?? I don’t speak that way to my friends..wtf? when ppl have something important to say they say it clearly so ppl can understand. I’m guessing what he has to say isn’t really important at all.
Okay but there’s no such thing as the “Law of Gravity”. A scientific law is a process that explains how other things. Gravity is a result of those laws, but is a law itself. Gravity is a scientific theory because it’s widely accepted and not a law. Now i’m going to prove this by jumping out my window because gravity is just a theory.
And now I want to go to Harvard. I have always loved philosophy and find it throughly fascinating. brain food is what it is
I have never heard of the monopsony or lorenz graphs and the exam is in two days…. I’m screwed
I came here 2 days before he started this and from this series i got addicted to his channel
At first I thought was dumb, but later it help a lot!
If people don’t like hearing Lie’s how to politicians get elected?
German has only 4 cases (nom, gen, dat, acc) but what makes them annoying is that not only do the nouns sometimes change (Mann -> Mannes, gen.) but the article changes (der Mann -> des Mannes -> dem Mann -> den Mann) and the adjective changes (der alte Mann -> des alten Mannes -> dem alten Mann -> den alten Mann), and that it doesn’t stop there. The adjectives change differently depending on what time of article you use. Taking that example, Mann, but instead using an indefinite article, we get ein alter Mann -> eines alten Mannes -> einem alten Mann -> einen alten Mann. Then without an article altogether you get alter Mann -> alten Mannes -> altem Mann -> alten Mann. Then multiply that by four because you have 3 genders and plural: (Mann was masculine), (feminine) die alte Frau -> der alten Frau -> der alten Frau -> die alte Frau, eine alte Frau -> einer alten Frau -> einer alten Frau -> eine alte Frau, alte Frau -> alter Frau -> alter Frau, (neuter) das alte Kind -> des alten Kindes -> dem alten Kind, ein altes Kind -> eines alten Kindes -> einem alten Kind -> ein altes Kind, altes Kind -> alten Kindes -> altem Kind -> altes Kind, (plural) die alten Leute -> der alten Leute -> den alten Leuten -> die alten Leute, keine alten Leute -> keiner alten Leute -> keinen alten Leuten -> keine alten Leute, alten Leute -> alter Leute -> alten Leuten -> alte Leute. And then you have exceptions to the rule like der Name -> des Namens -> dem Namen -> den Namen, or how in old German you have extra rules like – e endings on dative masculine and neuter. good luck