Concerning the elements of granting fortune and fame that allure thousands of youth to plunge into a trap of evil, we’re here to recognize that, the principle of bullshits in narcissism had become a common sense to us, even after everyday’s disastrous lifestyle. Who’s developing a philosophy? And then, the fair point is, we didn’t know what a philosophy was elaborately yet. Goodness!

Think about where Sǒcratēs, Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche, Jean-Paul Sartre sparkled off. So what’s that? What, perhaps, connected with prosperous brainstorming, made the construction of Bolshevism treated like Terrorism? Define the goal, and here we go? No!

There’s a funky tale from the Times bestseller book Freakonomics:

Levitt had an interview for the Society of Fellows, the venerable intellectual clubhouse at Harvard that pays young scholars to do their own work, for three years, with no commitments. Levitt felt he didn’t stand a chance. For starters, he didn’t consider himself an intellectual. He would be interviewed over dinner by the senior fellows, a collection of world-renowned philosophers, scientists, and historians. He worried he wouldn’t have enough conversation to last even the first course.

Disquietingly, one of the senior fellows said to Levitt, “I’m having a hard time seeing the unifying theme of your work. Could you explain it?”

Levitt was stymied. He had no idea what his unifying theme was, or if he even had one.

Amartya Sen, the future Nobel-winning economist, jumped in and neatly summarized what he saw as Levitt’s theme.

Yes, Levitt said eagerly, that’s my theme.

Another fellow then offered another theme.

You’re right, said Levitt, my theme.

And so it went, like dogs tugging at a bone, until the philosopher Robert Nozick interrupted.

“How old are you, Steve?” he asked.


Nozick turned to the other fellows: “He’s twenty-six years old. Why does he need to have a unifying theme? Maybe he’s going to be one of those people who’s so talented he doesn’t need one. He’ll take a question and he’ll just answer it, and it’ll be fine.”

Freakonomics by Steven Levitt

Yep, we’ll see it, philosophy; the term comes from the Greek word Φιλοσοφία (philosophia), which means “love of wisdom”. Move your butt and get the love, not sophisticatedly.

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