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Sancta: the final part of the Philosophy

For some time now, the Sandum Philosophy has recognised a third, final member of its national philosophy; for some time now, that final part of our tripartite national philosophy has been left misunderstood. 1,508 more words


The Purpose of Exams

It’s 5:24 PM as I type this, and I’ve just arrived home from doing three standards for my Accounting exam. I began at 2:00 PM and finished at 5:00 PM, taking the full allocation of time allowed for these exams. 576 more words


The nature of writing is that you have to do it: the exhausting nature of the work which I wish to accomplish.

The nature of writing is that you have to do it.

In other words, if you wish to have something written, you must write it. 279 more words


Writing: Child of Self

I recently had a video chat with an American friend who I had met through a forum. This was the first time I’d seen her or a picture of her, and while she did look quite similar to what I assumed, I was forced to revise my mental picture of who she was overall—to integrate my perception of her from the forum and my perception of her from the video chat. 647 more words


Republic in Transition — the role of Micropatriological Realism's «Activation Energy»

The following essay has been written by C. Sörgel for a macronational academic course. «Activation Energy» theory related to the transition from the Roman Republic to the Roman Empire, or Principate, at the end of this essay. 1,955 more words