Philosophy Series – “On Prejudice” – Pt. 1 – 11/1/2021

“One can be ignorant without being prejudiced, though one cannot be prejudiced without being ignorant.” – Modern Romanticism Take the singular individual, separated from the group, and in one’s sight upon them, there can be the statement that says there is ignorance for them. As in, the observant person has no knowledge of them. In […]

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Excerpt – Chapter 38 – “Taboo Words – A Ban on Individualism” – 10/26/2021

“If words, ever being remembered, are banned, such are truthful. It is not what is factual that is ever considered taboo, though what inspires human curiosity or further thought upon the subject. To this, the idea to believe that words, on their own, are violent, is the mere promotion that individualism should be suppressed. It […]

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Philosophy – “Why Equity does not Care” – 10/26/2021

“No standard of obligation is a claim of care to another individual or even a collective gathering. There is no amount of monetary value that can out-measure what is the heart’s weight in gold. One cannot care, without comprehending what possesses worth versus what has value.” – Modern Romanticism All of value pertains to how […]

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Quote – “Loyalty can Require Death” – 10/24/2021

“There is a difference between knowing when to love and when to live. Love’s expression goes so far as to believe another is the greater worth, when the self was only ever valuable for the sacrifice. By finding death as something of a warm welcome is to mean another can live in the peace the […]

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Political Philosophy – “How a Population is Manipulated” – 10/23/2021

“Leadership does not govern according to its people. As for the politics of leadership, it will govern to what it might find useful or advantageous. As there is nothing more advantageous than of the fruit of chaos, for a people to believe politics sides with a nation’s population is to forget that it exists in […]

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Philosophy – “How Hatred is Born from Love” – 10/18/2021

“Love knows. It does not ignore. A human factor of trust allows love to deepen, that we come to know more of another. Would betrayal be another factor to that human connection, we then take our knowledge of that person to the next life. When we move on, we can plot revenge, though being no […]

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Quote – “Leadership by Example” – 10/16/2021

“Leadership by example will not tell the world how it’s done. Rather, it will show the world how it is meant to be done. The leader who governs his nation, focuses on his nation, not to either interfere nor place other nations ahead of his own is a leader by example. That is, to lead […]

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Quote – “Why Children should not Engage in World Conflict” – 10/12/2021

“What would the child fix? What would the child stop? There is no future generation that could halt the cycles that are unstoppable. The child should not hold the responsibilities of the adult. If the parent to their child should allow them to fix what the adult has ruined, then the upbringing is wrong. If […]

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Philosophy – “What Insecurity Does to a Person or People” – 10/11/2021

“Life can be simplified down to the two extremes to follow, if there’s no notion of balance. To be brought towards excess, or to be content to the oneness of truth. To fade into the realm of pleasure, or to comprehend that with truth there could be no discontent without something similar to infidelity.” – […]

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Quote – “When Humans & Money are Equal” – 10/5/2021

“To give the pauper the sum he won’t forget, cannot occur. He will forget it. If you have given it to him, you just might turn your back to move on with your day. Give the homeless pauper the entire world’s wealth to build a kingdom, and perhaps soon the king, once a pauper, for […]

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Philosophy Series – Pt. 1 – “Why Anger is Mute” – 9/28/2021

“Nothing deprives the soul so much as to build a dam of fire, a wall of flame, around what is intended to flood the self. These are waters meant to reveal reflections, to an understanding from the external individual who can look within what is grief. As anger is built, in vain, around sadness, it […]

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