Philosophy – “Why Beauty and Image are not the same” – 1/13/2021

“The attraction to what is seen to be vulnerable, to the image of what is displayed as both alien and new to the world, cannot be the same for what is also understood as familiar.” – Modern Romanticism “Familiarity” is the concept by which a person understands someone else as like them. That is beauty. […]

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Quote – “The Difference Between Ugliness and Beauty” – 1/10/2021

“Nature does not take sides, within politics, or within business, or within a personal matter. It simply is, though it understands people’s souls. It understands the difference between beauty and ugliness. That is, if a person is nature, then they should understand themselves. If a person believes ugliness to be beautiful, then they are attracted […]

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Chapter Three – Part III – “Defeat for Self-Love” – From “The Disregarding of Science to the Mind” – 1/8/2021

Love for the self does not dig deep, for no person can empathize with themselves. If one has no comprehension for what one struggles with, then this supposed “self-love” will linger upon the exterior, because it is the same as finding comfort in deception. Deception or self-deception, with the latter being the chosen usage of […]

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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 […]

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Philosophy – “Why Depression is all the same” – 1/1/2021

“Can depression be removed from the life of one who suffers from it? It cannot. It is not anything related to presence. Depression is what a person suffers from, due to absence, just as a wound upon skin is missing flesh and blood.” – Modern Romanticism The average psychiatrist or psychologist, or those who simply […]

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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 […]

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Philosophy – “The Wrongs in Humanity being an Active Focus” – 12/23/2020

“Arrange in any mind the opposite towards what would occur, upon the question that states, ‘What am I?’ Does one comprehend their own identity as a universal understanding among all others, or does it become a special understanding that is segregated from humanity, itself?” – Modern Romanticism A monster is humanity not gone, though buried, […]

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Philosophy – “Why Politics will not Change” – 12/23/2020

“Politics is the world of its own. It’s a bath one steps into, and does not make their mark in it, though instead becomes embraced by a world that controls the bather.” – Modern Romanticism The term “functional” has its meaning in nothing universal. Flaws are common among functions, making form the ultimate understanding to […]

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Philosophy – “Societal Breeding of Categorical Minorities” – 12/21/2020

“One’s empathy become crossed out in the sand, as one’s desire to aid becomes extinguished, all in the most automatic fashion, soon when they believe people should be categorized.” – Modern Romanticism Categories of people? Groups of people? Segregation of minorities into lists of each? All of this is against the empathy that rules what […]

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Quote – “In Order for a Person to be Inwardly Accepted…” – 12/18/2020

“For a person to be inwardly accepted, they must not place before or upon themselves an external barrier of hideousness, of one that will most certainly turn another away, in judgement. External barriers become the same as vandalizing one’s flesh, without the naturalism that will allow smooth passage through to the internal. If a person […]

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