philosophy Tag

We, the global collective of the world's population, often wonder about world events and history. While we may seem to be certain about events and their causes and resulting effects on the totality of the historical chain, we do not always have the correct perspective...

Did you ever hear the song: Man in the Mirror, sung by Michael Jackson? One of the lyrics is: "If you want to make the world a better place, then take look in the world and make a change. What, if anything does this phrase mean? Perhaps...

Did you ever ask yourself: Who am I? What if this experience of life is an acted role upon a stage? "All the world's a stage", writes Shakespeare in "As You Like It.  Jaques in Act II Scene VII, says: "All the world's a stage, And all the...

Why does it seem as though those with less are always expected to achieve more and those with more are required to do less? This theory of behaviour is known as inverted madness. It is quite strange that throughout history those people who were members of...

Are you ready to enter into a new mind-space or state of mind? Here comes the phenomenology you have been eagerly anticipating. The question was posed and rightly put in earlier writings in this series: Is it possible to think more than one thought at any...

Where Are You? Do you ever ask yourself where you are? Probably not. Where are you? It is a strange pondering process. Where one is, however, is likely a very important query. This is because where one’s mind is – so one is there. Is this...

Patterning the World Who is most integral and valuable in a medium of communication? Whether it is for a book, movie, play, song video game, video or other entertainment system; writers are the starting point for all perpetual effects. Is that correct? Or should I have...

Phenomenology – Husserl Revisited Edmund Husserl, the founder of phenomenology embarked on his career with studies on fundamental themes in mathematics, logic and psychology. He was greatly affected by motive explainable by the development of German Philosophy, deriving from Kant and Hagel, which dissuaded him from proceeding...

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