The Nihilism of Accomplishment and Nietzsche’s Eternal Return | Philosophy

“But man is a fickle and disreputable creature and perhaps, like a chess player, is interested in the process of attaining his goal rather than the goal itself” It seems to be that people are more pleased living in the process rather then attaining the goal itself, humans are very rarely pleased when the finalContinue reading “The Nihilism of Accomplishment and Nietzsche’s Eternal Return | Philosophy”

Uroboros // Ego | Eric Neumann and Carl Jung | Symbolism, Mythology and Psychology

The Uroboros is one of the most ancient symbols mankind has ever used, the primal snake alone was present in the kneph of antiquity which is the most ancient deity of the prehistoric world, the uroboros can be traced back in the revelation of st. John, among the Gnostics, Romansyncretists, Navajo Indians, in Giotto, Africa,Continue reading “Uroboros // Ego | Eric Neumann and Carl Jung | Symbolism, Mythology and Psychology”

Sartre: Bad Faith // Lockdown Mentality (EXPLAINED) | Philosophy // Psychology

Bad Faith is that which you can refer to as self deception, this strange phenomenon of consciousness is a process which acts to intentionally deceive oneself from knowing the truth by believing such truth as not the truth, for example: lets say a woman finds out that her husband starts cheating on her, even thoughContinue reading “Sartre: Bad Faith // Lockdown Mentality (EXPLAINED) | Philosophy // Psychology”

Carl Jung: How The Media // Internet Reinforces Shadow Projection

The Shadow, probably one of the most important aspects of the human psychology due to its ramifications if not properly dealt with. You could very well say that the most atrocious acts in human history relate to the shadow, where the projection of the shadow onto others has caused extreme amounts of harm and suffering.Continue reading “Carl Jung: How The Media // Internet Reinforces Shadow Projection”

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”

The Philosophy of Not Knowing Who You Want To BE

During the point of worldly exploration when we start to approach interests and passions with an open perspective a hard and disproportionate question is preached and shoved down the throats of the many young and curious. “what do you want to be in life?” This is probably one of the most frustrating questions (for meContinue reading “The Philosophy of Not Knowing Who You Want To BE”