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Heidegger’s Accordance (via Nietzsche)

In the third volume of his opus on Nietzsche, Martin Heidegger asks:

‘In what direction does the security of stability of the living being “man” go?’ 604 more words

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WHERE DOES SO MUCH STUPIDITY COME FROM?

“… man’s continued nescience of his desire is not so much nescience of what he demands, which may after all be isolated, as nescience of whence he desires. 454 more words

Philosophy

Glad to Be Awake for This

It had been raining for days, or maybe weeks. After a long day of work and a dentist’s appointment for a cracked filling, I trudged up the hill to pick up several bags of rice. 1,218 more words

Being In The World

ON THE CORRUPTION OF LOVE

If there is a question for “our-times”, an enigma which constantly rears its horny head in much of the political debates and opinion articles of all the so-called… 1,196 more words

Philosophy

Dreams, Time, Death and Life

TIME AND DREAMS

In María Zambrano’s essay on Dreams and Time[1], she argues that time in dreams is an ambiguous element because it doesn’t really exist, and that the time we experience in our waking lives is a creation of consciousness – an integral aspect of thinking. 804 more words

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Being in the World - What does it mean to be human in a hi-tech world

What does it mean to be a human in the 21st Century? Watch this movie and decide ~ #rehumanize #tobehuman #consciousness ~

Wellness

OUR WINDMILLS OF IMPOSSIBLE FANTASIES

The gospel of St. John, translated by King James, begins with the announcement: “In the beginning was the Word,” which is a glorious way of saying: “It all began with a word.” On the surface this may sound like little more than a nice piece of poetry, but within it is buried the simple but deep metaphysics of Idealism. 995 more words

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