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Compelling Spiritual Guide Showcases A Philosophy Designed to Heal the Individual and Carry the World into a New Era of Peace - Yahoo Finance
Compelling Spiritual Guide Showcases A Philosophy Designed to Heal the Individual and Carry the World into a New Era of Peace Yahoo Finance
What makes up the Inamori management philosophy? The Japan Times
Plymouth Philosophy Club mirrors Ben Franklins club Wicked Local
Life & The Mind | Issue 137 Philosophy Now
Idaho View: Idaho’s extremist views during coronavirus are not just political philosophy; they’re dangerous - Twin Falls Times-News
Idaho View: Idaho’s extremist views during coronavirus are not just political philosophy; they’re dangerous Twin Falls Times-News
Virtual Philosophy Colloquia Daily Nous
Doing philosophy during a pandemic Christian Post
"Teaching Philosophy Online" Sessions Daily Nous
Academia divided over controversial paper about hereditary intelligence UConn Daily Campus
Origins of sports philosophy and Greek athletics Daily Sabah
Applying the “Old-School Philosophy” of “Free Outages” RailwayAge Magazine
Philosophy and Ethics in the Age of Corona Virus Peace Research Institute Oslo (PRIO)
Mark Steiner (1942-2020) Daily Nous
New: Philosophy Grad Student Network Daily Nous
SMARTS: Megas family shares successful philosophy as long-running owners of The Schooner - Port Arthur News - The Port Arthur News
SMARTS: Megas family shares successful philosophy as long-running owners of The Schooner - Port Arthur News The Port Arthur News
Last month, Shakira performed at the Super Bowl. Now, she's taking a Penn course. - The Daily Pennsylvanian
Last month, Shakira performed at the Super Bowl. Now, she's taking a Penn course. The Daily Pennsylvanian
Against Neural Philosophy Of Mind | Issue 137 Philosophy Now
Philosopher Svenja Flasspöhler: "The coronavirus standstill gives us a space to think" - DW (English)
The Philosophy Now Festival 2020 | Issue 137 Philosophy Now
Developers - it's time to brush up on your philosophy: Ethical AI is the big new thing in tech - ZDNet
Developers - it's time to brush up on your philosophy: Ethical AI is the big new thing in tech ZDNet
To find peace in the time of coronavirus, be very, very pessimistic, says philosopher Alain de Botton - Haaretz
To find peace in the time of coronavirus, be very, very pessimistic, says philosopher Alain de Botton Haaretz
Issue 137 Philosophy Now
He was the most revered philosopher of his era. So why did GE Moore disappear from history? - Prospect
He was the most revered philosopher of his era. So why did GE Moore disappear from history? Prospect
'Spiritual Education' Details the Rebbe's Transformational Educational Philosophy - Q&A with the volume's author, Dr. Aryeh Solomon - Chabad.org
'Spiritual Education' Details the Rebbe's Transformational Educational Philosophy - Q&A with the volume's author, Dr. Aryeh Solomon Chabad.org
Two Famous Philistines of Philosophy | Issue 137 Philosophy Now
Why a Roman philosopher's views on the fear of death matter as coronavirus spreads - The Conversation US
Why a Roman philosopher's views on the fear of death matter as coronavirus spreads The Conversation US
What we owe to each other: Ubuntu philosophy in the midst of a pandemic The Daily Cardinal
Zoetropolis 'PDF' philosophy film series continues with free 'Twilight Zone' livestream discussion tonight - LancasterOnline
Zoetropolis 'PDF' philosophy film series continues with free 'Twilight Zone' livestream discussion tonight LancasterOnline
Further Philosophical Considerations about Covid-19: Why We Need Transparency (guest post by Stefano Canali) - Daily Nous
Further Philosophical Considerations about Covid-19: Why We Need Transparency (guest post by Stefano Canali) Daily Nous
Coronavirus good news: Philosopher outlines reasons to think positively during lockdown - Express.co.uk
Coronavirus good news: Philosopher outlines reasons to think positively during lockdown Express.co.uk
Is humanity having an admirable moral moment? A philosopher's pandemic insights - The Times of Israel
Is humanity having an admirable moral moment? A philosopher's pandemic insights The Times of Israel
Philosophers Help Swedish Government Develop Healthcare Prioritization and Rationing Policies - Daily Nous
Philosophers Help Swedish Government Develop Healthcare Prioritization and Rationing Policies Daily Nous
Philosopher in Italian coronavirus lockdown on how to think positively about isolation - The Conversation Africa
Philosopher in Italian coronavirus lockdown on how to think positively about isolation The Conversation Africa
Philosophers Respond to Social Distancing Daily Nous
On Marie Kondo, Audrey Gelman and selling a lifestyle Duke Chronicle
Economic Impact of COVID-19 - Freedom Philosophy Being Libertarian
Idaho’s extremist views during coronavirus are not just political philosophy; they’re dangerous - Idaho Statesman
Idaho’s extremist views during coronavirus are not just political philosophy; they’re dangerous Idaho Statesman
Rich Schauer, hardware philosopher, on WGN news | Articles | News Forest Park Review
Our Nietzschean Future | Issue 137 Philosophy Now
What subjects the new BioShock game should tackle next, according to philosophy professors - GamesRadar+ AU
What subjects the new BioShock game should tackle next, according to philosophy professors GamesRadar+ AU
Beyond Originalism The Atlantic
Inside Fischer Söhne AG’s holistic packaging philosophy Packaging Europe
Opposition Is True Friendship: A Remembrance of Adolf Grünbaum (1923-2018) Discovery Institute
First Thoughts: Herd immunity, the end of Tory philosophy and longing for the new cricket season - New Statesman
First Thoughts: Herd immunity, the end of Tory philosophy and longing for the new cricket season New Statesman
John Kaag Talks Depression, Anxiety, Forming Healthier Habits O4L Online Network
The Ethics of Developing COVID-19 Treatments and Vaccination Carnegie Mellon University
Invisible Bullets: What Lucretius Taught Us About Pandemics The New Yorker
Coronavirus: what philosopher Immanuel Kant can teach us about panic buying and isolation dodging - The Conversation UK
Coronavirus: what philosopher Immanuel Kant can teach us about panic buying and isolation dodging The Conversation UK
Marguerite Derrida, French Psychoanalyst and Translator, Dies at 87 The New York Times
Abiy Ahmed—a Philosopher King or a Sophist? Ethiopia Insight
Michigan State football coordinator Scottie Hazelton's philosophy: 'Get guys to the ball' - Detroit Free Press
Michigan State football coordinator Scottie Hazelton's philosophy: 'Get guys to the ball' Detroit Free Press
Chicago Bears: Could the scheme see this new philosophy in 2020? Bear Goggles On
Clarifying Command: Keeping Up with the (John Paul) Joneses War on the Rocks
How to embrace the spirit of altruism The Japan Times
HanesBrands reducing executive pay, ramping up face masks production in response to COVID-19 - WXII12 Winston-Salem
HanesBrands reducing executive pay, ramping up face masks production in response to COVID-19 WXII12 Winston-Salem
While reporting on COVID-19, I carried this ancient philosopher in my pocket Las Cruces Sun-News
Reasoning with the unreasonable? Good luck Toronto Star
Nintendo explains philosophy behind Animal Crossing’s big changes, such as gender expression and terraforming - The Washington Post
Nintendo explains philosophy behind Animal Crossing’s big changes, such as gender expression and terraforming The Washington Post
Nioh 2 review: Team Ninja's new game follows Sekiro, Dark Souls philosophy - The - The Washington Post
Nioh 2 review: Team Ninja's new game follows Sekiro, Dark Souls philosophy - The The Washington Post
10 philosophical novels to read in times of uncertainty South China Morning Post
Daily API RoundUp: COVID-19 APIs, Digital Fleet, Gig Wage, Tupelo, Philosophy Quotes - ProgrammableWeb
Daily API RoundUp: COVID-19 APIs, Digital Fleet, Gig Wage, Tupelo, Philosophy Quotes ProgrammableWeb
There is no God.
Guerrilla Mythbusting: 5 Snappy Rules For Spotting and Exposing Popular Nonsense
College students tend to wax enthusiastic about the lessons they pick up in class. Curiously, this very admirable trait, a thirst for knowledge, has a downside to it. When one learns at a rate best described as "alarming," which college students often must do, little time exists to sit and sift through all that new material carefully. And this burdensome task would mandate yet more study time, which luxury few students can afford.
Humans Who Are Disrespected Seek Revenge
The easiest way to gain enemies is to disrespect people. Inherently for some reason; humans who are disrespected more often than not seek revenge. This should be a warning of what happens in business deals, corporate brainstorming (with regards to hard earned and developed Organizational Capital) or even an outcast member of society. What is the most unfortunate situation in all of these instances is that the whole of the group loses from the possible ideas and innovations of these individuals. A corporate executive who starts to attack their peers at work starts and unending spiral of negativity, thus killing productivity, innovation and higher thought which is what a company most needs to succeed. In the case of an individual in society we end up with those who withdraw their talents to the whole or plot the demise of the fiber holding the civilization together. We see this with vindictive writers, uni-bomber, small fringe groups promoting their agendas.
Up until the start of the 20th Century there was a strong cadre of scientists like Michael Faraday and Sir William Crookes who knew integrating the humanities with hard sciences provided the greater insight or wisdom.
What Is Destiny? Is There Some Thing Called Free Will?
One of the greatest and everlasting debates of humanity has been about the role of destiny in the lives of human beings. There was a time when it was almost an accepted fact of life that each and every event was governed by destiny of human beings. Astrology was considered a science. Then with the advent of modern times the importance of role of destiny as a concept started losing weight. Today, belief in destiny is considered a superstition by majority of people. And rightly so, since there seems to be no evidence for the irrevocability of destiny.
Joseph Brant and The Hegelian Dialectic
I admit I am only able to provide guesses as to the nature of how the elites might convene or make known to each other the nature of shared interests at different times. I have traveled in some circles where some of these people are present and I may have overheard a few things from others who work for them but it is pure guesswork in the final analysis. The Jacobin Scottish era shows us that Hume, Carlyle and Gibbon where checking with each other and following a plan to minimize the lesser nobles or keep them in the dark. Who did these people report to in the Stuart Royal camp? Bonnie Prince Charlie was opposed by his own general when the French did not send troops as promised so we can wonder if the people like William of Hesse and the De Medicis who appear together shortly after this were involved. Clearly Robespierre fomented a Revolution they needed in order to cleanse over-indulgences of the Royals in France. I am pretty sure that the Hegelian Dialectic borne of the top-down Platonic ideology was a factor. They were playing many sides and some very high personages were left out of the loop.
Viewing from Anothers Perspective Sets Humans Apart?
Recently I discussed what sets humans apart from other animals and species. The basic question, which has been kicked around for centuries is what makes man so unique? So, different than the other species we see? Many immediately take their religious doctrine and use it to answer the question; they say things like "God made us in his image." The animals were put here for us to use, eat, fish and etc; they are indeed here to serve man? After kicking around such notions which cannot be proved either way; a gentleman, David, came up with an interesting concept.
MORAL ARMOR on Materialism and Profit
Desiring to get the most out of life, life's lovers intend to earn and therefore deserve the best the world has to offer. Materialism is an anti-concept which damns this desire as a spiritually bankrupt, destructive pursuit. In the most rudimentary separation, it considers the body and mind to be two halves of a man with no interconnection, and more often than not, declares them to be fiercely at odds-the modern equivalent of religion's "man fighting for his soul." They claim they can put him back on track, exclaiming that spirituality can only be achieved by renouncing all material interests and necessities. The anti-concept is further narrowed as no intellectual pursuit is considered spiritual, omitting whatever could offend the non-thinking, non-producing man. In true Fear-driven fashion, they look down on the physical world where they have no power, and look up to the spiritual where they have no responsibility.
The CIA's motto is "You shall know the truth and the truth shall make you free." That is hard to swallow to say the least.
Culture and Knowledge
In eastern Cultures the passing of thought was considered valuable, so much in fact that even to this day members of those cultures respect their elders and listen to their advice. The passing of such thoughts and concepts and philosophies is of extreme value. The Christianity religion and its followers take those stories in the bible literally, almost to an absolute truth. Much of which is an incredible gift from those who came before us and experienced their lives and had something to say and tales to help the understanding of those who would come later. Jesus in the bible talks about important concepts and thoughts of what should be done and how to live with love towards your fellow man.
Platos Atlantis: Fact, Fiction or Prophecy?
Atlantis is often described as paranormal or mythical, but is it really? In two of Plato's great works, the Timaeus and the Critias, Plato describes an Athenian civilization in diaglogue between Critias, Socrates, Timaeus and Hermocrates. (Predating Plato by 9,000 years, or 9,600 BC) Atlantis, according to Critias, was a great Athenian city which, by the hand of mankind, met with cataclysmic destruction. By his (Solon) grandfather's education, Critias retold the story of an Athenian civiliation. Critias claimed that Solon (not only his grandfather, but a Greek traveler and historian from Egypt), stayed and interrelated with great Egyptian priests. The recordings from Solon were then given to Plato by Critias. Because Plato's works are considered historical fact, one can only assume that Atlantis DID indeed exist.
Reducing Human Population Growth
Due to the indoctrination of World Religions and their control over the masses, prior peoples were told to procreate the next generation to serve their god or gods. They were told how to live their lives and taught about sinful thoughts. Most of which are the very reason our species evolved to the top of the food chain. However now we see those who have superior intellect readily debunk the notions and tales of those religious leaders and their stories. What is happening now is that non-believers in Allah, God, Santa Clause or other Creator are not reproducing as much as those who do believe in superstition, voodoo dolls or World Religions.
To start this chapter we have a response from the journalist Hippie and friend who uses the name Eternum1 on the web. He was a part of the founding of web logs as these journalists went to the hot spots of the world and kept in touch with each other. I think he sees where I am going with this book.
Darius and the US Postal Service
DARIUS: - Coins bearing his visage are found in the Americas but we would never expect to see normal academic overviews mention this for public consideration. And I was not surprised when I read many other things about Aryans and supposed first Empires, as I read the following part of a far larger presentation. Was the US support of the Shah connected to a larger and long term plan to manage the plebs or serfs who think they are free?
Rudyard Kipling on Masonry: "the closest thing to a religion that I shall ever know".
In Answer To: Words Of Encouragement
Throughout my life, I have always known that it is not easy to fight injustices. I grew up in Jersey City and started to work during summers at the age of fourteen. I quit school just prior to sixteen and went to work full time because after 22 years my father had decided to leave my mother and someone had to do it. My mom was trying hard to go back to work after being a housewife for all those years but her health was not so great and she just couldn't do it long.
Father Ernetti and the Philosophers Stone
And there will be many 'experts' who say that light speed is still not transcendable or that time is linear and it is not possible to do many things that I posit in these pages, I know. I offer up this site to these people and say that the whole truth of what Black Ops and other agents of real knowledge pursue is not under the control of NASA or The Smithsonian and other public or relatively transparent structure of academia and government. Here is a site worth looking into that discusses some of the things that many have known for a long time. It does not include the Catholic scholar/physicist who reportedly has developed a chronovisor in conjunction with Werner von Braun and Fermi's inputs that would be similar to one thing the Philosopher's Stone could achieve (http://www.lerc.nasa.gov/WWW/bpp/TM-107289.htm).
The Pertinence of Nudity
Every kind of nudity is an abstraction. A man without clothes submits himself to immediate opinion. Nudity emphasizes coarseness devoid of culture, clothes advocate culture without coarseness. Culture and coarseness are subjective omissions. We wear our personalities, we also wear their failings. When romancing opportunity, man despises possibility. Nudity is the greatest opportunity that yields the nearest possibility to human perfection. Human perfection is an abstraction, too. The concept of drenching oneself with something that selfishly annuls this, is known as clothing. Topically, it is redeemed as Fashion.
The Knowledge Filter
"[I often get] the feeling that the very concept of objective truth is fading out of the world... I am willing to believe that history is for the most part inaccurate and biased, but what is peculiar to our age is the abandonment of the idea that history could be truthfully written. In the past people deliberately lied, or they unconsciously coloured what they wrote, or they struggled after the truth, well knowing that they must make many mistakes; but in each case they believed that 'the facts' existed and were more or less discoverable." ? George Orwell from Looking Back on the Spanish War
William Butler Yeats
There are adepts outside of what is called alchemy who have achieved great things in these areas and there are alchemists before Socrates and Aristotle, or Da Vinci and Newton; who all true experts know were alchemists. For any author or journalist who would produce a TV documentary on the subject and not even interview a hermeticist (much less an alchemist) it is obvious their intent is not to educate. So when you see Time/Life videos doing that kind of show I hope you know you are being fed lies. In February, 1925 Yeats wrote this in Capri.
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