Distracted

I haven’t been thinking about active philosophy much lately, which lead me to the following question:

-Does the ideal active philosophy require any thinking?

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One Response to Distracted

  1. jroeder90007 says:

    you know it does buddy, but like most things (at least for me) I also need periods of nothing in between. Socrates (I think) said that when a problem presents itself and you’re struggling to find the solution, simply let it go. Forget everything for a while, focus on something else, and usually the solution presents itself to you.

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