Tag: buddhism

  • Philosophy and Philosophya

    I just had an awareness. As a white man born and raised in United States, one who considers himself somewhat intelligent and enjoying of academic inquiry and existential journey, when I say philosophy to my friends and cohorts, we generally understand that we’re going to get into some sort of discussion that has to do […]

  • The Impossible, part 4: Spiritual Oneness and the State of Incorporated Reality.

    The operative question that motivates the essays on the impossible can be formulated by the questions of determinism and contingency: Is the random aspect of the physical universe of science responsible or otherwise enacted or present in the random aspect that involves human choice, such that choice is determined by the state of the universe, […]