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A Man’s Guide To Testosterone Replacement Therapy

Contents: 1.) Introduction 2.) Why Do More & More Men Need Testosterone Replacement Therapy? 3.) What Are The Benefits of Testosterone Replacement Therapy? 4.) Your Questions on TRT Answered 5.) In Closing / Relevant Reading 1.) Introduction I have tried to make this guide as comprehensive as possible. I am not above updating it and improving it in the future. I do not claim to know everything, claim to go into the greatest...

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Critical Thinking & The Citation Needed Fallacy

“Absence of evidence is not evidence of absence” – Carl Sagan Contents: 1.) Introduction – Philosophical Metaphysics, Science & Religion 2.) Critical Thinking & Belief Systems 3.) Citations, Citations, Where Art Thou Citations? 4.) A Lamentation of Academia & The Folly of Referencing 5.) In Closing / Relevant Reading 1.) Introduction – Philosophical Metaphysics, Science & Religion: The other day, a poster left a comment disputing the value of the writings at Illimitable Men due to the...

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Machiavellian Maxims (Part 5)

“There is no avoiding war; it can only be postponed to the advantage of others.” – Niccolo Machiavelli Contents: 1.) Introduction 2.) The Maxims 3.) In Closing / Relevant Reading 1.) Introduction: Welcome to part 5 in my series of Machiavellian maxims, as with the previous entries, contained within’s a pithy collection of Machiavellian wisdom. If you’ve not read this series before, or simply wish to reread some of the older maxims, here’s a convenient...

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Fifty Shades of Red (Part 4)

“You need only look at the way in which she is formed, to see that woman is not meant to undergo great labour, whether of the mind or of the body.” – Arthur Schopenhauer Contents: 1.) Introduction 2.) The Maxims 3.) In Closing / Relevant Reading 1.) Introduction: Seeing as people absolutely love maxims, I’ve decided to commit myself to another round of Fifty Shades of Red (being this article) and...

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How To Stop Feeling Tired

“Energy is the key to creativity. Energy is the key to life.” – William Shatner Contents: 1.) Introduction 2.) Energy & Social Skills 3.) Identifying The Cause 4.) Methods for Improving Energy Levels 5.) In Closing / Relevant Reading 1.) Introduction: In this piece I will depart from my usual lofty prose to bring you something less abstract and more practical. Even though I lean toward the more literary, strategic and theoretical side...

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Dominance & Submission

“The courage of a man lies in commanding, a woman’s lies in obeying.” – Aristotle Contents: 1.) Introduction 2.) The Dancing Metaphor 3.) O Equality, Wherefore Art Thou Equality? 4.) Love & Lust Are Intrinsically Unequal 5.) He Is To Mould, She Is To Be Moulded 6.) Faith, Trust, Risk, Hope 7.) In Closing / Relevant Reading 1.) Introduction: It hardly feels worthy of mention, because it comes as naturally to one’s self as a...

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Machiavellian Maxims (Part 4)

“The promise given was a necessity of the past: the word broken is a necessity of the present.” – Niccolo Machiavelli Contents: 1.) Introduction 2.) The Maxims 3.) Relevant Reading / In Closing 1.) Introduction: Welcome to part 4 in my series of Machiavellian maxims, as with the previous articles, contained within is a pithy collection of Machiavellian wisdom. If you’ve not read anything in this series before, you can find part 1 here, part 2 here and...

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Ruminations on Double Standards

“When hypocrisy is a character trait, it also affects one’s thinking, because it consists in the negation of all the aspects of reality that one finds disagreeable, irrational or repugnant.” – Octavio Paz Contents: 1.) Introduction 2.) Of Protestation & Petitioning 3.) To Act Or Be Acted Upon 4.) Respect vs. Desire 5.) In Closing / Relevant Reading 1.) Introduction: There is parallel advantage and disadvantage to living as male or female,...

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What To Learn And How To Learn It – These Are The Questions

“A room without books is like a body without a soul.” ― Marcus Tullius Cicero Contents: 1.) Introduction 2.) Experience vs. Reading 3.) Refining Reading – The Art of Summarising 4.) In Closing / Relevant Reading 1.) Introduction: Contrary to what may be impressed upon the reader by the length and intricacy of my essays, I greatly value simplification, especially when it comes to learning something. There are so many great books to read...

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Dark Triad Archetypes: The Jester

“The court jester had the right to say the most outrageous things to the king. Everything was permitted during carnival, even the songs that the Roman legionnaires would sing, calling Julius Caesar ‘queen,’ alluding, in a very transparent way, to his real, or presumed, homosexual escapades.” – Umberto Eco Contents: 1.) Introduction 2.) Leadership Destabilisation Through Character Assassination 3.) How To Handle Jesters 4.) In Closing / Relevant Reading 1.) Introduction: The jester’s...

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