Tag Archives: Kant

The Grammar Of God

God – controversial. Some say it is tough to define, but such ambiguity doesn’t stop us from using the word “life.” No word is an obelisk, except for “obelisk.” Nothing is concrete, except for “concrete.” All is in flux. This … 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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The Metaphysical Dilema

In Necessary and Contingent Truths, I asked whether you the reader thinks the metaphysical necessarily exists/functions based on the presence of the extant/physical. One way to view the Metaphysical are the laws/properties governing existence, another is God, or truth, or … Continue reading

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Now

Existence doesn’t posit existence…it’s just a quality of our travels through space/time. “Should is divine, unachievable…” And time is just an underrated instant.

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