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Fichte – Free Will, Action & Consciousness

I have been reading Fichte’s The Vocation of Man, and have come away impressed, especially by Book III – Faith.  Fichte is known for promoting a so-called philosophy of solipsism, penned in an an impenetrable style, but I found neither to be valid.  On … Continue reading

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Liberate Yourself From Mental Slavery!

This is also one of the best active philosophies of all time.  ‘Nuff Said!

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New Thoughts

13.8 billion years after the big bang we find ourselves flying through the tremendous thrust of another big bang.  We are particles propelled in the Homo Sapiens explosion.  Appearing.  Perhaps within an illusory existence.  Growing from cosmic clay to fertile … Continue reading

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