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Shadows of Perception

On nothingness, and all the other things that are too much, but not enough, to grasp

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Inescapable Voids

Sitting on the sun- and wind-swept shore of a secluded lake that I often frequent, I came to a number of realizations regarding a concept I’ve always had some trouble grasping — one that has engaged the deepest echelons of our…




Philosophy | Psychology | Physiology: Bridging the gap between us and ourselves.

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