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Why Our Idea of Work Is Completely Wrong
Few people have communicated difficult ideas with as much clarity as Alan Watts.
Why Meanness Makes You Dumb
Relearning How to Learn
How Economics Became a Religion
The Pursuit of an Unattainable Ideal
City With No Neighbors
Walt Whitman on industrialization and urbanization
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How (not) to Understand a Story
When reading and writing stories, it is tempting to use a system to reduce the story to a structure. It’s beguiling, but it is…
Sublime Borders: Schiller’s Will and Nietzsche’s Will-to-Power
By Daniel Rhodes
Spirituality, Religion, and Colonialism: The Story of Water, Tea, and the Menu
When Portuguese set off to Africa on a bold quest for their mysterious and legendary ally, Prester John, in a war waged against the Arabs…
Giving Thanks: Heidegger’s Pathway into Thinking
By Justin Richards
The mystery of consciousness lies at the center of many spiritual, philosophical and scientific pursuits. Today, I’d like to add my…
Emerson’s Experience: Present and Eternity Colliding
by Oshan Jarow
Contra “Against Classics”
Here is the article I will be arguing against. Keep in mind it does concern the UK, but its implications cross seas and a discipline.
Is the Occult Evil?
Or, at least, not very nice?
In the Dark
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What is Your Attention Worth?
Wealth and Value aren’t objects, they are Time and Attention.
Noah C Lekas
On the Nature of Little Gestures
The other night, I was watching the tired flow of Karu Site’s night market.
To End Hate, We Gotta Walk the Talk
Aristotle on Why Professing Liberal Values is Nowhere Near Enough
Jack Preston King
The Imposition of Accepted Meaning
The Stranger is brief, but just long enough to impress the feeling of a swift and nightmarish hit to the gut. It’s like a ghost…
“Us vs. Them” and the direction of extant Homo
About “us vs. them” mentality. Part I.
Christopher D. Horruitiner
The Merkle-ization of Individuality
Unlike most of my posts or writings, this is not a technical one. It borrows from the technical world a bit, but its purpose is more of a…
Common sense is like X-ray vision.
Saying you have it gets you stabbed by people you wanted to have sex with.
Oliver “Shiny” Blakemore
The Curious Ambit Of Words
Language and the conscious self
The Rage in America’s Soul
The Dilemma of Nonexistence
How to Hold the Sky
The Planes of Existence
In a cosmological sense, during the formation of the very early universe, space differentiated into two separate domains — that of an…
Where is Consciousness?
Does it only exist during life? Or also before, after and in between lives?
“A Theory of Justice” by John Rawls
Part 5 in Arc’s series: The Greatest Works In Philosophy
“Thus Spoke Zarathustra” by Friedrich Nietzsche
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“Meditations” by Rene Descartes
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