I am an EE student--not a philosophy major. Hopefully start learning Japanese or Spanish around my graduation.
Care about doing something worthwhile to lessen extreme poverty. Hopefully my emphasis in communications can help me out. Anyways, in general, I'm also interested in developmental economics.
Know about sleep psychology, explicitly programming info into the mind (memorization), and locksport. Meditate almost every day. Looking into Buddhist teachings...although Earning to Give appears to be a better use of time. Read philosophy when I can. I don't know if I believe, yet, that those who don't examine their lives can change.
Ways to make a question not be put on hold (for those who seem to have a stick up their ass, impeding understanding, probably because they think the question is homework--again, I do not take philosophy courses for credit:)
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[Does that make sense? Feel free to edit any idea to make it less unclear. There always seems to be confusion when the trying to get the gist of a thought to come across.]
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