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Universal Ideas in Stoicism, Taoism & Pantheism

The similarities between the “universal nature” and the “Tao” reveal both a fundamental problem of philosophy and a simple solution.

Introduction

Comparative philosophy seems to be undergoing a bit of a renaissance these days. Particularly in online circles, young people are finding solace in an increasingly cold world through the rediscovery of forgotten ideas. Some are even birthing new ideas from the ashes of the old. Consider this my…

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J. W. Barlament

J. W. Barlament

Writer of the most eclectic mix of material this side of the Mississippi. Author, 2016–2019. Blogger, 2017–2022. Columbia University, 2020–2024.

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