- The Bliss of The Void
- Is AI really AI?
- Parmenides and Some Implications of His Philosophy
- Weber’s Ideas on the Religiosity and Their Relevance in Today’s World
- Three Faces of Eve
- God in the Face of Monopolistic Competition
- Inner Blindness and Professor Pangloss
- On The Unknowable Knowns
- Does God Exist? Doesn’t matter?
- Free Will, Libet Experiments, Priming, Breakdown of Bicameral Mind and “Thinking Fast and Slow”
Tag Archives: Seclusion of Girls at Puberty
A Review of Blood, Bread and Roses: How Menstruation Created the World by Judy Grahn, Beacon Press Boston 1993
Memories of certain events from childhood can still be vivid in adulthood. I cannot exactly remember the years but like a face from a distant past some events lurk. A certain young girl, dark in colour and somewhat short in … Continue reading
Seclusion of girls at puberty has been a topic which was discussed in Western literature for more than a century. Similarly, Palaeolithic Venuses have been a hot topic in many fields of study for a long time. Towards the end … Continue reading