Tag: commitment

  • Freedom and Telos: Commitment

    You become freer once you’ve made a commitment. Paradox of freedom. —- I see freedom without limits is not only meaningless but anxiety producing. The anxiousness is the ontological condition of the modern identity arisen in the ideal that freedom is limitless ness. Actually, True freedom is the finding that which defines end, such that […]

  • I just like this quote.

    and maybe, look for my post from about 5 years ago about nonphilosophy and love. i dont remember what it was called. 🙂

  • Concerning Commitment. Violence and Nonviolence.

    Yes; one could say ‘divinity’. I think the problem, as some people have talked about elsewhere, is what that term incorporates; hence the ‘need’ for commitment, what I could term, conventional commitment, or maybe a commitment to the institutionalized-ideologized State, the incorporated arena thereof that has been designated (conventionally) ‘x-ism’, or even for another arena, […]

  • Considering Truth and Reality. Where Science, Religion and Superstition meet; The Communicative Move.

    Considering Truth and Reality. Where Science, Religion and Superstition meet; The Communicative Move.

    Everyone has an idea of what is true and real. In fact, most do not see any difference between these ideas. Against this we have the notion of superstition, in the historical mythological sense. Superstition is the justification of faith, and together they form a basis by which the activities to solve the problems of […]

  • Tangent 3.9: Love

    The song, “This is not a Love Song”, by the 80’s band PiL, for some unknown reason – not that i liked the song when it was around – came through my mind today. And this seemed relevant… Love. To me, love is more than attraction, or even intense attraction, or infatuation, or big like, […]