Does Democracy Represent The Ideal Society?

Plato (Athens 424–348 BC) was the first greek philosopher depicting the ideal state, governed by the philosophers.

The Origins

Democracy (Greek: δημοκρατία, dēmokratiā, from dēmos ‘people’ and kratos ‘rule’) is a form of government in which the people have the authority to deliberate and decide legislation (“direct democracy”), or to choose governing officials to do so (“representative democracy”). The term appeared in the 5th century BC to denote the…

Elon Musk And Other Scientists Think So.

A mandala is a symbol of the universe for many Buddhists and Hindus. The word itself simply means “circle” in Sanskrit. You can find this nft at

What Is A Hologram?

A hologram is a light pattern in which every part of the system is an image of the entire system, just like fractals: a romanesco broccoli and a hologram have in common the repetition of the same pattern again and again, the one…

Do they work? Is it some occult stuff or simple bullshit?

This is the today spread, The God House, The Devil and The Emperor, you can check it out at


The history of this cards is very mysterious, their birth is disputed between France and Italy during the Reinassence period: they originally were created as a simple card game, in fact the minor arcana are the common napoletan cards…

Religious, scientific or non-belief, being without beliefs is the best way to be.

“The Boy And The Sea”, this nft is of my “1mpression$” collection at


Religious beliefs ruled the world since the beginning of human life on earth: from tribal credos in natural forces as gods to the organised religions that we know today, the history of humanity is governed by believing…

Is Satoshi the savior or the destructor of humanity?

Satoshi Nakamoto, the creator of Bitcoin, could be anybody, he’s nobody.

As I’m writing the king of cryptocurrencies hits 58.307,91 dollars, very different from the launch value in 2009 of $0.00099. It’s crazy how a made up currency went through this roller coaster of increasing value: but how is it possible? …

Chess is a life school, if you’re good at chess you’re good at life.

Thanks to tweetyspics from Pixabay.

Timing Is Eveything

Doing the right move at the right time is crucial, one second after and your king is dead. Chess is pitiless, you don’t have a second chance, one shot only, you do the right thing or…

Can’t I just copy and paste the images I like?

This is one of my New York nfts, you can find it on .

You can just copy the image above and that’s it, right?! Why do I need to pay to have it? …

The academic shaman that shocked America

Thanks to Aloch from Pixabay.

Carlos Castaneda was a mysterious figure of the 19th century, an Ucla anthropologist and a shaman, a real one. He was studying medical plants for his thesis in the New Mexico desert, and he was introduced to a local expert, Don Juan: he captured…

Nine seems to be the right answer

Thanks to Comfreak from Pixabay.

The theory of multiple intelligences

The American psychologist Howard Gardner, in his book Formae Mentis, on the basis of research and literature on subjects suffering from lesions of neuropsychological interest, manages to distinguish as many as nine fundamental forms of intelligence, deriving from different structures of the brain…


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