On Duties: Review

Marcus Cicero is mostly known nowadays as the greatest orator in Rome, but in earlier times, when the classics were…

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The Art of Seduction: Review

There are a lot of “game” books out there purporting to teach men how to seduce women. Some are decent,…

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After You Die, How Will Your Memory Be Sung?

This is the question that you should be asking yourself every day when you wake up. It can be an…

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The Cyberbrain

You just proved to your bodies through your minds that you could push yourself further than you thought possible. Welcome…

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Hercules at the Limits of Reason: The Sinking of Atlantis

A strange vision of doom. A gloomy sky. A tremor that splits the ground. A strong hand reaching out to…

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Want to Truly Live Life on Your Own Terms? Go Full Shitlord

Are you just living to be liked? Most people are deeply insecure. How can I be “cool?” Will saying this…

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Thirty Seven: Review

Quintus Curtius is a man of many faces. Lawyer, former United States Marine Corps major, linguist, world traveler, classicist, writer,…

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Why the Unexamined Life May be Worth Living

“The unexamined life is not worth living” so said Socrates (according to Plato) at his trial in 399 B.C. Yet,…

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Associate with Winners by Doing the 20 Men Exercise

Everyone needs an example to follow. The feats of great figures serve as one of the most powerful sources for…

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