Philosophy – “Why to be Humble for Identity” – 1/6/2021

"Sinister is the one who gains a high on their own self, while their actions are left to the negligence of others. To be proud for identity is no different than your average historical dictator, who through his own pride to his idealist nature, found that others shamed what he did which either was to… Continue reading Philosophy – “Why to be Humble for Identity” – 1/6/2021

Philosophy – “Why Pride is not Valid, without Proof” – 1/2/2021

"To be proud, one must have proof for the external creation of a thing. If for internal creation, then how is proof for identity the case of simple admittance, if one cannot show validity? Would no proof for identity simply be the raw deception, because that evidence is lacking?"- Modern Romanticism Swapping identities, would require… Continue reading Philosophy – “Why Pride is not Valid, without Proof” – 1/2/2021

Philosophy – “Why Choice is the same as Division” – 12/27/2020

“Comprehend that choice is the one division that relates to division, itself. As much as we choose, we choose for diversity’s sake. Diversity. The word that belongs to the slave-master. The connoisseur of differing flavors who manages to discover merely his favorite, not the beloved to which sprouted from someplace beyond his knowledge.”- Modern Romanticism… Continue reading Philosophy – “Why Choice is the same as Division” – 12/27/2020

Quote – “Why Choice is the same as Division” – 12/27/2020

"Comprehend that choice is the one division that relates to division, itself. As much as we choose, we choose for diversity's sake. Diversity. The word that belongs to the slave-master. The connoisseur of differing flavors who manages to discover merely his favorite, not the beloved to which sprouted from someplace beyond his knowledge."- Modern Romanticism

Philosophy – “Why Living in the Moment is a Sign of Low Intelligence” – 11/3/2020

"Has not the average person been aware of their steps, ahead? Is it a commitment to fear, to stay where one is? The future always looks the bleakest to those who cannot face it. They would rather see the light of the moment, as it grows larger with each waiting hour that passes."- Modern Romanticism… Continue reading Philosophy – “Why Living in the Moment is a Sign of Low Intelligence” – 11/3/2020

Philosophy: Creation & Causation, and the Act of Sheer Responsibility for Upheld Life – Chapter One – “Of all Artists” – 9/21/2020

To the future, the artist can tell where the present will go. For the present, the artist can see that the past shall shape his wisdom, so that the future holds clarity. For to what the artist can create, there is always a distance from Creation, to futurist scenery. Though, it cannot be that an… Continue reading Philosophy: Creation & Causation, and the Act of Sheer Responsibility for Upheld Life – Chapter One – “Of all Artists” – 9/21/2020

Quote – “A Choice is Nothing for Responsibility” – 9/20/2020

"No person is ever responsible, in terms of choice. As this would be the same to ask a mother which of her children she would choose to die, since if not, she'd be responsible for them all. All responsibility is, rather, within the realm of not having a choice."- Modern Romanticism

Philosophy – “Of True vs. False Diversity” – 9/20/2020

"Nothing made should be viewed as all that which can be divided, without breeding a materialistic mindset bent around choice. To choose, merely means to escape from the responsible self. To do the right thing, is to embrace responsibility."- Modern Romanticism Diversity has its two meanings in creation and causation. What is born out of… Continue reading Philosophy – “Of True vs. False Diversity” – 9/20/2020

Philosophy – “To Hell with all Redefinitions, Difference, & Uniqueness” – 9/12/2020

"All originality pertains to the stagnant history of a thing, of a creation, of a development. When people can pertain their future to the history, they are responsible. For responsibility could only ever amount to a person knowing that their history cannot change. And so, the future should not change, though simply improve. For if… Continue reading Philosophy – “To Hell with all Redefinitions, Difference, & Uniqueness” – 9/12/2020

Quote – “Responsibility is not a Choice” – 8/7/2020

"To responsibility. To choice. There cannot be both, at the same time. For when we state that we must do something, say at the care of something, we always say the words, 'I have little choice.' For it means that, we are not able to choose, upon when we do objective right. We confuse choice… Continue reading Quote – “Responsibility is not a Choice” – 8/7/2020

Philosophy – “Sophia against Sophia: Discovery versus an Absence of Choice” – 7/18/2020

What makes the woman feel empowered? In the two eyes of mine, and only the two eyes of mine, I have observed it to be somewhat natural for a woman to be interested in vastness. Vastness of choice, and never a submission to limitation. She is interested in what causes her horizons to expand, and… Continue reading Philosophy – “Sophia against Sophia: Discovery versus an Absence of Choice” – 7/18/2020