Philosophy – “A Problem with Tolerance” – 5/24/2022

“To compel love does not result in love. Love cannot be forced, unless hypocrisy happens to be one’s motto. When one enforces love, love cannot come naturally. When love forces itself, it becomes rape, or it becomes what one cannot tolerate.” – Modern Romanticism Human nature dictates that a person must fall in love or […]

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Philosophy – “Why Hate Crimes are instead Crimes of Fear” – 5/16/2022

“Name a crime motivated by fear and it reveals what all humans keep a potential for. There can be no resolution to an issue that remains universal. Someone can fear someone else whom they do not know. When this occurs, there can be no hatred in this. There can only be ignorance, coinciding with that […]

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Philosophy – “Why Collectives are often Victimized” – 5/16/2022

“Up to a collective, their victimization resonates through an inferiority complex. Contrasted from that, an individual remains superior. An individual can dominate a collective, to name simply that group as inferior, when an individual has not been regarded first. Capability to an individual can only be through them, though when they regard themselves first as […]

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Philosophy – “A Problem with having Choice” – 5/14/2022

“Some argue that choice can be all one needs. Wherever has been an argument to tell everyone that when it comes to doing right, there can be no choice? A choice often falls into a realm, belonging to excuse. Excuse. Escapism. Or a wish to be free, without earning freedom. A desire to rest, while […]

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Quote – “A Fundamental Difference between Love & Hatred” – 5/11/2022

“A difference resides between love and hatred, in that this former state of being feels everything of another person, whereas this latter one feels everything oneself feels. Love feels all of another’s emotions. Hatred feels only what oneself has been feeling. This has been due to genuine hate coming from love. Hatred has always been […]

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On Hate – Pt. 1 – “Hatred in Crime” – Philosophy – 4/30/2022

“A concept as hate, as it is a concept, so rare that it belongs to a vendetta, reflects our judgement to it as if all knew each other. Do murderers always know their victims? If so, there would be nothing to fear. Do soldiers come to know their enemies? If so, they’d have less to […]

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Philosophy – “The Inherent Problem with Progression” – 4/10/2022

“If progress takes a side, it will never be outside of what the progressive views of everything around for the world’s potential change. Progress can only change the world into a different color, alas having an issue with everything that is wrong except for what is wrong with the self. The progressive therefore either avoids […]

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Quote – “The Real Meaning Behind Anti-Science” – 4/5/2022

“Anti-science: universally agreeing with science. When a politician will say, ‘follow the science’, they won’t be for science, because that politician is telling you to agree with the science, without ever questioning the legitimacy behind the data. When the scientific method must require falsifiability for itself to be disprovable, then it is science. And when […]

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Love Quote – “Love Someone more than Yourself” – 4/1/2022

“We are afraid of the hurt that love can cause. We are often willing to avoid it, at all costs. When thinking for this, we believe it better to be feared, than to be loved, though only the latter requires more risk. When we love someone else more than ourselves, then when the other is […]

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Philosophy – “Why Politics Dulls Entertainment” – 3/28/2022

“If anything structured to benefit the short-term is believed able to prolong itself to create the future, the future will be dark. Nothing that, for its place inside addiction in a short-term high, can create when creation is a space of something remembered. If anything is beneficial for the short-term, it will be forgotten. It […]

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