Philosophy Enacted!

Impressive video for the exquisite reading, and the poetically-written politically natured prose that I discovered today on Bitchute. Amazingly relevant thoughts. Masks and all! The channel has 33 videos posted. Enjoy. Below is text description from the video repeated for your convenience: “Adapted by OCS from THE MAN WHO LAUGHS. 00:20 Aristotle – POLITICS, passages…

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Thoughts

This quote seems a variation on how Nadia Comenici expresses her philosophy. Like The Four Gospels all telling a story of the same event from different perspectives, Nadia is fierce about it, most likely matching her physically demanding athletic requirements. Mark Haddon’s approach is emotional, admiring self-love and love of others in whatever circumstance you…

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Seneca and Sheep

Seneca‘s Stoic philosophy is a meditation that focuses on the wisdom and happy life Seneca and God: – “Here is our obligation to support our own mortality and do not be troubled by the things that we can not avoid. It is in a realm that we are born: obey God, that’s freedom ” Mary…

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Thoughts

How a little Russian girl was brave enough to follow her dream no matter what and achieve greatness is incredible, and truly inspiring. Nadia Comanici escaped. I escaped. You can escaped too! Mary LaForge writes metaphysical philosophies and speculative fiction. Read a FREE excerpt from ESC https://booklocker.com/11512

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Problems

I discovered this uplifting post today, and felt compelled to share with you. Visit the @Perfect Manifesto blog to read more wonderful comic strip marvels by the gifted philosopher Bill Watterson in this lovely post. “Calvin’s approach to solving problems is correct.  If you want to achieve something it’s all about one paragraph at a time,…

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I. Kant | Hugo Kan(t)

Immanuel Kant was a German philosopher and one of the central Enlightenment thinkers. — Wikipedia The fundamental idea of Kant’s “critical philosophy” – especially in his three Critiques: the Critique of Pure Reason (1781, 1787), the Critique of Practical Reason (1788), and the Critique of the Power of Judgment (1790) – is human autonomy. —…

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Seeing the Future Is Normal

The subconscious mind does absolutely know ahead of the conscious mind what exactly is about to happen. The subconscious is faster and of finer substance than the dense conscious mind that is distracted with many processes it must respond to in order to maintain homeostasis, and survive. Of finer, spirit-like material/energy vibrating, the subconscious has…

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Excerpt in Spanish

A FREE excerpt of How I Escaped From Bloody Hell: X-ploring Freedom has been translated into the Spanish language. The book itself remains written in English. Mary LaForge writes metaphysical philosophies and speculative fiction. Read a FREE excerpt from ESC https://booklocker.com/11512

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Doubly Natural Rousseau

Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Philosopher “If the animal is characterized by its static and ignores history, man appears as an intelligent and creative dynamism.” Rousseau’s Philosophy Summary 2. Henri Rousseau, Painter Fight Between A Tiger And  Buffalo, Oil on canvas, 1908, Public Domain https://commons.m.wikimedia.org/wiki/User:Rlbberlin/4#/media Mary LaForge writes metaphysical philosophies and speculative fiction. **Read a FREE excerpt** from…

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