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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Philosophy – “Beneath the Skin – Understanding Equality” – 6/25/2021

“There is much that bleeds, within. Beyond the shield that stops us, beyond the preference we hold to be different Bibles, there is a light that warms us with the same understanding of reality.” – Modern Romanticism Sameness. It is a word that understands the earth, beneath the layers, beneath the cloak. Beneath what guards, […]

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Philosophy – “Why One cannot ‘get rid’ of Racism” – 5/14/2021

“Retiring the world of what consists itself as pertaining to absence, is all the effort to bring it about, ever further.” – Modern Romanticism To “stop”, or to just “get rid” of what presents itself, to a person, as something that references absence, will indeed, deepen the issue. An issue, as racism, is something that […]

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Philosophy – “The Definition of Unfairness” – 11/30/2020

“To the introduction of fairness, comes as the introduction of unfairness when it is brought forth to be compassion. Equality is not compassionate.” – Modern Romanticism Equality is not compassionate. Could one “introduce” fairness into a working environment, full of people believed to be treated with unfairness? That is the same as offering special treatment. […]

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Brainstorm – “Creating Diversity of the Idea” – 11/7/2020

Repetition is not ever in the comprehension of who needs their necessity. A necessity of something so needed, will not be met through repetition. For those who speak highly of mass production, in its relation to equal distribution, cannot ever tell of quality to that necessity. To need something of the time it is required, […]

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Quote – “Objectification is the Workforce’s Equality” – 9/30/2020

“All people are treated under the same equality within the workforce. That equality is the objectification of each worker. Were compassion to be the desire for a worker, from an employer, it soon becomes a battle of usage versus what does not relate to usage. It is compassion that has no relation to usage, any […]

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Excerpt – “Why Prejudice is a Fear” – 8/27/2020

“The ignorance of a human, in contrast to knowledge, resonates in the fear in distance between people. To what one knows of another, makes knowledge. To what one does not know of another, makes ignorance. This much, is obvious. However, to be fearful, would also mean to be ignorant. It is the case of any […]

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Philosophy – Rewrite – Excerpt – “A Fine Line for Justice” – 8/26/2020

“The Danger of Interpretation” An interpretation holds a single meaning. To interpret is to fragment what has always been a whole, for it to then become an incomplete form. In comparison, a whole could be a mirror. In contrast, the whole of the mirror, when “interpreted”, is now a fragmented mirror. To see something as […]

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Philosophy – “The Impossibility of Equality” – 8/25/2020

“To wish for empathy, then do not trust those who’ve been known, not by their individualism, though by the system they are in, to be deceitful.” – Modern Romanticism The greatest deception in the world, is to believe that a person in a system of it, can be honest. There is no honesty from a […]

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