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I'm going to die. What else is there to be afraid of?

Imagine a number of men in chains, all under sentence of death, some of whom are each day butchered in the sight of the others; those remaining see their own condition in that of their fellows, and looking at each other with grief and despair await their turn.

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Being In The World

The Mind and Heidegger

While everyone has moved on from skepticism and epistemology, interest in the philosophy of mind & language have taken up the slack. I finally abandoned skepticism myself a while back and agree that the traditional problems of “other minds” and so on are not really problems worthy of much effort anymore. 898 more words

Being In The World

Re-humanizing Medicine is available for pre-order on Amazon!

It is very strange to see something I have been working on for so long posted on Amazon. You can even look inside the book. 812 more words

Being Fully Human

Thru the Net iii

Another installment in the “Thru the Net” series, which plays with Heidegger’s understanding of Dasein or Being-in-the-world.

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Art And Photography

If it walks like a duck, quacks like a duck......

2 Corinthians 5:17
Therefore if any man be in Christ, he is a new creature: old things are passed away; behold, all things are become new. 256 more words

Dying to Live

Everyone needs to die. Everyone is going to die anyway. Sooner or later, or every once in a while, or even on a regular basis. It depends on your tolerance for nothingness, for emptiness. 1,801 more words



Bad-conscience, Superego, Freedom: how much are these three things intertwined? Our Superego gives us a bad conscience, a sense of what should be done that we are not doing – it inspires an action. 691 more words