Who has the Biggest Vocab in Hip-Hop

Go to this link and find out: Rapper’s Vocab.

The list ommitted some very talented wordsmith, but the scientist who put it together has a cut off at 2012 for most MC’s and also a 3 album minimum requirement to make the list. So some people didn’t qualify. But, I would’ve loved to see Lupe Fiasco, Del The Funky Homosapien, Ras Kass, Pharoah Monche, Big Pun. I mean the information is very interesting. The Data Scientist’s name is Matt Daniels.

 

Socrates: still making people crazy after all these years

aondoe:

This was a very interesting take on a very essential and interesting event in human history. I didn’t even think of the similarities between MLK and Socrates. Thank you.

Originally posted on e g r e g o r e s:

“Theorists have not been at a loss to explain; but they differ.”
Aleister Crowley, Book Four, Part One

Liberal philosopher Karl Popper (1902-1994) portrayed Plato as possibly the world’s first fascist, and one often hears people (who have probably never read a single word written by Popper, nor even know his name) mindlessly repeating something similar. Plato also has his defenders, including even Marxists, like Sean Sayers, as well as non-Marxists like Leo Strauss (1899-1973) and his followers (yes – the people who brought us Neoconservatism and the invasion of Iraq).

Socrates, however, continues to stir even more controversy and disagreement than his most famous student – although it is easier to find actual detractors of Plato than of his teacher. Popper, even while condemning Plato as a totalitarian, lauded Socrates as a friend of democracy. Nietzsche had imagined Socrates to be his own “greatest, and closest, philosophical rival”…

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