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This will help structure the foundation of Active Philosophy, taken from Kant’s Critique of Pure Reason: “Accordingly the Transcendental Analytic leads to this important conclusion, that the most of the understanding can achieve a priori is to anticipate the form … Continue reading
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?
Now this is an infuriating article. Atheists: No God, no reason, just whining. This woman is blind to how her generalizations and accusations amount to pure hypocrisy in the brief span of an article. She thinks that being a complete dick … Continue reading
I wanted to provide one of the biggest influences behind my two posts on Atheism. No human being has ever inspired a more successful Active Philosophy. Each color change is a selection from the book All Men Are Brothers By … Continue reading
In a recent post I decried Atheism, or the way that some approach it, for being absolute. However, as Cheryl reminded me, atheism or no faith does no necessarily equate to anything absolute, but rather the opposite. My scattered thoughts emerged … Continue reading
“You were sick, but now you’re well, and there’s work to do” – Kilgore Trout Salaam! A new regime appears! It surfaces from the wasteland of the previous power, feeding and thriving on the toxicity deposited by the old authority. … Continue reading
This post is in response to Caprice Part II and will be brief. Much of the content of this post is based on the BBC documentary ‘Century of the Self’ (post linked here) Part 3 (video linked here). In the … Continue reading
No one is correct, but everyone is correct. Everyone is entitled to believe in a certain thing or a way of life. However, since nothing can be known in an absolute sense it is essential that we acknowledge that no … Continue reading
This is also one of the best active philosophies of all time. ‘Nuff Said!