No healthy person would ever desire to experience violence in any form. It is one of the underlying threats shaping our behaviour and which we have to adapt to. Though humans have a tendency to seek danger, we avoid violence by nature. But how come there is so much violence in this world? How come … Continue reading How to End Wars & Violence
Over the past year, I have only published 4 articles in Essydo Magazine. Before, I published articles more frequently. Neither did my passion for political and societal questioned faded nor did I lack the ambition to provide you with technical insights into the world of politics. In fact, the contrary was the case. Over the … Continue reading Devlet: A New World of Politics
The world has seen many civilisations rise and even more civilisations vanish. From ruling vast territories, advancing scientifically and adding to what we call art and culture, they went on to become merely footnotes of history. Though we might not always appreciate it, their legacies remain, to this day, the building blocks of present and … Continue reading Sex and Civilisations
In societies, in which people are increasingly distancing themselves from the lower tiers of the needs according to Maslow, we can observe that people increasingly move questions about their personality and themselves as beings into the focus of their cognitive world. Surely, material wants are still dominant factors, but thoughts about identity and self-perception become … Continue reading How much You is in You?
The concept of success is a central aspect of our lives and is one of the key factors that guides our behaviour, shapes our views on the world and also heavily influences our well-being. We act in certain ways, as we believe that this behaviour leads us to outcomes that would make us feel accomplished. … Continue reading What Does It Mean To Be Successful?