Viktor Frankl, Carl Jung, Freud and Camus | The Meaning of Life

People have always contemplated the big question: meaning of life in the wrong way, the question itself is incorrect and needs to be reworked, if anything reversed, man should not ask what the meaning of life is but rather should recognize that it is he who is asked, it is man who is questioned byContinue reading “Viktor Frankl, Carl Jung, Freud and Camus | The Meaning of Life”

Nietzsche’s 10 Tips: How To Write Effectively | Philosophy & Literature

Writing – as no different from any other art form; it expresses emotion and shines a light on the attempt to understand ourselves, the world; and many other complexes. Writing is an act of expression that makes us independent from all other things in this world but one comes to understand swiftly that writing alongsideContinue reading “Nietzsche’s 10 Tips: How To Write Effectively | Philosophy & Literature”

Stirner // Rand // Nietzsche: EGOISM | Philosophy & Psychology

Max Stirner, one of the most radical philosophers for the concept of individiualism, anarchism and of anarcho egoism, Stirner in his most important book called: the ego and his own, makes the strident case of the individual against authority, he challenges, religion philosophical and political constraints that hamper on the reality of personal freedom. TheContinue reading “Stirner // Rand // Nietzsche: EGOISM | Philosophy & Psychology”

Kierkegaard Against Social Media | How To Live Inauthentically | Philosophy & Psychology

Social Media has a tendency to cultivate a form of despair, when I say despair I really mean illusion, an illusion of what is authentic what is worthwhile for the soul of the individual, we can see these manifestations when a young individual first comes across social media, for example: Instagram, they are or weContinue reading “Kierkegaard Against Social Media | How To Live Inauthentically | Philosophy & Psychology”