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History Reimagined

We imagine the future containing an infinite amount of possibilities. The present is more concrete, for obvious reasons.  Sandwiched between the to-come and what-has-come. But all of our conceptions of history suggest that the past can only have happened one … Continue reading

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The Verifiably Impossible

Day by day I find that our biggest problem as humanity is the disconnect between experience and the value we accord the verifiably impossible (see post). It’s funny that the biggest problem in creating a so-called better world – that … Continue reading

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An Important Distinction

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

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