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This post is in response to Delineation. “Translated into conventional and – let it be repeated – mytho-poetic language, the knowledge of Brahman is represented as the discovery that this world which seemed to be Many is in truth One, … Continue reading
Is there any better proof that anarchy is a viable structure if we melt away our preconceived notions of self and other? In any case it is good to focus on what we can do…use ideas as models for improvement…I … Continue reading
Well?!! Which will it be?
This notion applies to many arenas in life. It is especially appropriate to our freedom confined within bodies and movements. Another example comes from Chomsky – he finds justification for Anarchist society in our capacity for language. With a limited amount … Continue reading