Category: Philosophy

  • Start helgen med “Everything”

    Start helgen med “Everything”

    Siden det straks er helg, synes jeg du skal gi den en god start, med denne gameplay-traileren av “Everything“. Artist og filmskaper David O’Reilly har skapt et interaktivt opplevelse og virkelighetsimulerings-spill uten en slutt. O’Reillys beskriver det som en “bevissthetssimulator”. “Everything er et spill om de tingene vi ser, deres forhold, og deres synspunkter”, – David O’Reilly […]

  • Overview, a Short Film on Life-Changing Stories

    Overview, a Short Film on Life-Changing Stories

    On the 40th anniversary of the famous ‘Blue Marble’ photograph taken of Earth from space, Planetary Collective presents a short film documenting astronauts’ life-changing stories of seeing the Earth from the outside – a perspective-altering experience often described as the Overview Effect. The Overview Effect, first described by author Frank White in 1987, is an experience that […]

  • What is the Universe?

    What is the Universe?

    What is the Universe? Is the Universe everything there was, is and will be? Is the Universe everything we can observe and things we know exist but haven’t been observed yet? I mathematics part of the Universe or do they exist outside of the Universe? This one-minute-long video shows exactly what the Universe is—but proceed […]

  • Life is like a camera…

    Life is like a camera…

    I found this picture (with a great quote) over at FilmmakingIQ and felt a need to re-share it with everyone. Life is like a camera.. Just focus on what’s important and capture the good times, develop from the negatives and if things don’t work out, just take another shot. – Unknown

  • What Chair?

    What Chair?

    The other day, I ran across this little story online. So in the spirit of a little philosophy, I thought I’d share it with you: An eccentric philosophy professor gave a one question final exam after a semester dealing with a broad array of topics. The class was already seated and ready to go when the professor […]

  • The Mexican fisherman

    The Mexican fisherman

    Many years ago I went to an event, where this guy was talking about living a good and happy life. At one point, he read this little story that really stuck with me and I now would like to share it with you. I don’t know who wrote it, some sources say it’s from the New York […]

  • Commencement speeches

    Commencement speeches

    I touched the subject in my earlier post, Regrets of the dying, but since we’re in the season for commencement speeches, I thought I’d link to a couple more. Some of them are actually quite known online, and you might have heard a few already. Like Steve Jobs’ 2005 speech at Stanford. It is one of my […]

  • Regrets of the dying

    Regrets of the dying

    Floating around on the internet one night, I found a list of the biggest regrets of the dying, made by a palliative care nurse called Bronnie Ware. Searching for and following the connections of this interesting subject, I also stumbled upon some similar artwork, made by Alice Lee. In her Tumblr-blog, she posted some desktop wallpapers, inspired by Paul Grahams’ inversions of the 5 regrets, yielding a list of 5 […]