Çatalhöyük: A Surreal Experience

Çatalhöyük: A Surreal Experience

March 21, 2017

The year is 7500 BC. In the remote plains of the region now called Central Anatolia, a fairly large group of people (for that time) decide upon settling down on a wetland, where opportunities

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On the Meaning of Existence

On the Meaning of Existence

March 21, 2017

It seems to be rather a large, important thing, but the meaning of existence is essentially a dead question. What do we mean by meaning? The meaning of a word is what it communicates.

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We Are Furious

We Are Furious

March 21, 2017

Well, we already had every reason to be furious since this nation has disappointed the man who once said, “A nation devoid of art has lost part of its lifeblood,” in every imaginable way.

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Little Stranger

Little Stranger

March 14, 2017

My mother and I exit through the black gate and cross the drain, which was once a stream (or does it look smaller because I’ve grown older?), leaving behind the empty house that has

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Sziget Festival

Sziget Festival

March 14, 2017

As spring has arrived and people will soon be starting to plan their summer trips, I want to suggest a destination in Hungary: Budapest’s Hajógyári Island, where one of Europe’s biggest music and culture

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Tales From My Travels: A Camping Nightmare

Tales From My Travels: A Camping Nightmare

March 7, 2017

This story may deviate from my usual style in travel writing, but it’s a travel memory nevertheless; one of those unprecedented events that eventually become dinner-table anecdotes, told with much enthusiasm. While they’re unfolding,

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On Life and Its Future

On Life and Its Future

March 7, 2017

I have a friend who’s a great proponent of the mechanization of the human body. Eyes gleaming, he tells anyone who’ll listen about this new, invulnerable self, exquisitely constructed, free of death. Sometimes he’ll

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On the Psychedelic Edge, Part 3

On the Psychedelic Edge, Part 3

March 7, 2017

I’ve been listening to reggae a lot lately; it hasn’t taken long for it to become my second-favorite genre. Still, I don’t feel confident enough to write about it just yet, so here’s some

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