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The Duel of the Dualist

I match your movements, patiently…

And you mine, in this pageantry

Fighting forth to earn my Name,

Black grease dripping down my mane-

My cold hard appendage, is seeking fame!!! 173 more words


Friedrich Nietzsche, The Will to Power, Book 4: Discipline and Breeding (Duality)

What is mediocre in the typical man? That he does not understand the necessity for the reverse side of things: that he combats evils as if one could dispense with them; that he will not take the one with the other – that he wants to erase and extinguish the typical character of a thing, a condition, an age, a person, approving of only one part of their qualities and wishing to abolish the others. 123 more words

Who Are The Two YOU's?

Who is the thinker and who is the receiver of the thought, you might wonder, when a thought comes into your head. Did I put you there, Mr. 1,538 more words

Self Improvement

How Shall We Then Live? by Esther Nelson

President Obama, responding to the beheading of American journalist, James Foley, by ISIL (Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant), said, “ISIL speaks for no religion…and no faith teaches people to massacre innocents….ISIL is not Islamic” (August 20, 2014). 1,105 more words


Indonesia: Dualisme atau Monisme-kah?

Dalam kehidupan masyarakat internasional ada interaksi antara hukum internasional dan hukum nasional. Negara dalam hidup bermasyarakat membentuk hukum internasional, sedangkan masing-masing negara memiliki hukum nasional. Ada keterkaitan hubungan antara hukum internasional dan hukum nasional. 1,085 more words


A Review: Hukum Internasional dan Hukum Nasional

Fitzmaurice: Prinsip-Prinsip Umum Hukum Internasional dilihat dari Sudut Pandang Aturan Hukum.

Perdebatan ini (antara aliran monisme dan aliran dualisme) berkisar pada apakah antara hukum internasional dan hukum nasional merupakan satu kesatuan hukum atau terpisah satu sama lain; manakah yang harus diutamakan bila antara keduanya terjadi konflik. 5,633 more words


Two Short Philosophical Arguments

I am a strong believer in the need for philosophy to transcend itself, to inform practise.  The true philosopher must spend as little time as possible studying philosophy without acting on its implications.   1,839 more words