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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!
I think this can be the last post I need in response because through this debate I think I’ve honed what I’m trying to say. This is a continuation of: On Science Religion, and Nationalism On Science, Religion, and Nationalism … Continue reading
This blog is in response to Fear of One Another Which is a follow up to the debate started in the posts On Science, Religion, and Nationalism On Science, Religion, and Nationalism II I will also admit that I was … Continue reading
Gottfried Leibniz was a contemporary of Spinoza (they are called the two greatest rationalists after Descartes – read correctly either way) who had reviewed the Ethics but did not agree philosophically on the grounds that it contradicted Orthodox belief. His … Continue reading
Devising this post set my blogging back a considerable amount timewise. It is in response to Caprice, and also in response to Self Control. It is also a continuation of The Calculus of Decisions. Spinoza is an amazing thinker. I … Continue reading
**Update**: I was unaware when I posted this, but this speech is actually Alex Jones monologue from Waking Life. Upon looking deeper into this, I discovered another similar blog. Anarachist Rabbi This is important to keep in mind. There are … Continue reading
This is in response to serenity prayer, which was in response to self control. This is also one of the best active philosophies of all time.