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Tiffany Versus Kierkegaard: I Think We're Wonderfully & Horribly Free Now

Tiffany once rigorously speculated that she thinks we’re alone now, and that there doesn’t seem to be anyone around.  Kierkegaard said God has left us wonderfully and horribly free, and we are continuously faced with the individuality of untethered existential freedom.  69 more words

we did not inherit the original sin! Kierkegaard on Adam and Eve!

painting by Albrecht Durer.

Soren Kierkegaard (1813-1855) is a Danish philosopher who is widely considered to be the founder of existentialism. Believing in free will, Kierkegaard thinks that anguish or angst is what motivates any free action, or as he calls it a “leap”. 190 more words


Patience and Kierkegaard

Kierkegaard stands next to Epictetus, in my humble opinion, as acquiring and expressing a kind of weightless gravity and sage-like insight rare and inexhaustible. His writings were voluminous and birthed from him in the intensity of roughly a decade before he was taken from this earth at the age of 42. 246 more words

Lack Of Discipline

I have always wondered what has been missing from my writings, why can I not achieve that something more which I know I can but am not able to. 360 more words


Vivarium: İki Ayaklı Hayvanların Doğal Yaşam Alanı

René Magritte’in Tablolarından Fırlamış

Yönetmen Lorcan
’ın ikinci uzun metraj filmi olan Vivarium’u ilk kez L’Étrange
Festival’de (Paris) izleme fırsatı
bulmuştuk; geçtiğimiz günlerde… 516 more words

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That’s also what made want to become an actor

That’s also what made me want to become an actor, so that by taking on another’s role I could acquire a sort of surrogate for my own life and in this exchanging of externals find some form of diversion.

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Why Existentialism?

Existentialism is arguably one of the most prevailing schools of philosophy in our day and age. What makes it so appealing? Existentialism is a wonderful way of finding one’s place or purpose in the universe (or lack thereof), especially when you are disconnected from a faith or religion. 1,265 more words