What Are WE To Become?

Contemplation is that which follows from our thoughts and it is this act which drives us forward in a directional evolution, in other words, it is something which we call: Intelligence perception. Intelligence perception is not that which is the act of accumulating content but is that which is free, thought is usually never correctContinue reading “What Are WE To Become?”

Camus and Sartre: WHY MODERN SOCIETY IS ABSURD

Distraction is mans best friend, whether it be meaningful or not it serves a definite purpose: to blur the unknown, the elusive reality. Even though reality is unknowable in its entirity the blur of it does act as an induced comfort, a comfort which numbs the ever present glaring question which peaks behind every cornerContinue reading “Camus and Sartre: WHY MODERN SOCIETY IS ABSURD”

Overcoming Cancel Culture and Problems with Thought | Philosophy

Abstraction, Incoherence, Fragmentation, Conditioning, Self deception & Partiality; this is what concludes (more then ever) the architecture of modern society but more specifically, this is how problems in general are made. In this video I will try and come to grips with the many issues of today by peeling back their surface representations and byContinue reading “Overcoming Cancel Culture and Problems with Thought | Philosophy”

Dostoevsky and Freud: Psychology of Raskolnikov | Crime and Punishment

To really understand Raskolnikov and his mental psychology in crime and punishment we have to look at his relationship most specifically with his mother, with his past and see why there remains the primary motive for Raskolnikov’s actions of murder, just like psychoanalytic’s In this brief yet comprehensive analysis I will attempt in this videoContinue reading “Dostoevsky and Freud: Psychology of Raskolnikov | Crime and Punishment”

David Bohm and Nietzsche: Reality // Consciousness | Philosophy and Quantum Theory

“He is not a result of a special design, a will, a purpose; he is not the subject of an attempt to attain to an ‘ideal of man’ or an ‘ideal of happiness’ or an ‘ideal of morality’ – it is absurd to want to hand over his nature to some purpose or other. WeContinue reading “David Bohm and Nietzsche: Reality // Consciousness | Philosophy and Quantum Theory”

Nietzsche VS Plato | Twilight of the Idols | Philosophy

Nietzsche’s negative critique of Platonism and the human rational capacity was of strident force and was something at the time of in-comparability to any other philosophical inquiry, in this video which is the first in the twilight of the idols video series I will most specifically be talking about chapter 3, called: ‘Reason’ in philosophy.Continue reading “Nietzsche VS Plato | Twilight of the Idols | Philosophy”

Kierkegaard: Three Stages of Existence | Philosophy

The three levels, degrees or realities of the human are what we can call (or at least what Kierkegaard referred to as) the: Aesthetic, Ethical and the Religious. We as a people have trouble directing our best interests let alone knowing them at all, we are eternally strangled by the ever present reality of reality,Continue reading “Kierkegaard: Three Stages of Existence | Philosophy”

Dostoevsky VS Nietzsche | Underground Man and Ressentiment | Psychology // Philosophy

It is reported that Nietzsche did read some of Dostoyevsky’s books, what is believed to be of certainty is that he read Crime & Punishment and Notes from Underground in the later periods of his life, with this being of knowledge is it possible that we can associate the philosophical works of Dostoyevsky and NietzscheContinue reading “Dostoevsky VS Nietzsche | Underground Man and Ressentiment | Psychology // Philosophy”

Kierkegaard: Leap of Faith VS Camus: The Absurd | Philosophy

When one speaks to the world but response is never heard, one strikes meaning into existence but the world lies only in pattern; while it dances in the ineffable we still dwell in confusion. This is a landscape for absurdity, the polemics of opposing opposition, the dichotomy of two which never exist in duality: theContinue reading “Kierkegaard: Leap of Faith VS Camus: The Absurd | Philosophy”

Sartre: “Hell is other people” EXPLAINED | Philosophy and Psychoanalysis

“All those eyes intent on me. Devouring me. What? Only two of you? I thought there were more; many more. So this is hell. I’d never have believed it. You remember all we were told about the torture-chambers, the fire and brimstone, the “burning marl.” Old wives’ tales! There’s no need for red-hot pokers. HELLContinue reading “Sartre: “Hell is other people” EXPLAINED | Philosophy and Psychoanalysis”