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The Principle of Two Routes .

The Principle Of Two Routes upon objects: "...the key is not excluding myself or including the exclusionary clause in statements about truth. ...I am not claiming that “constructing wholeness” is not an opinion, only that it’s exists within two frameworks that are reconciled by moving to one side, by ‘believing’ that one of the ‘sides’… Continue reading The Principle of Two Routes .

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Philosophical Construction.

One can always tell when there is a religion in place in two ways: 1) The person will declare what they are and what they believe through a Name. For examples; Christianity. But also, Realist. On one hand we have Baptist; and on the other hand we have Existentialism. The second way you can tell… Continue reading Philosophical Construction.

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Quantum Computing and its relevance to Philosophy.

https://www.youtube.com/embed/MozDSajpLTY?version=3&rel=1&fs=1&autohide=2&showsearch=0&showinfo=1&iv_load_policy=1&wmode=transparent via A few videos on quantum computing and the physics of time I want to come back to later — Mark Carrigan In order to move forward philosophically, we must get out of our philosophical head that everything must reduce to 0 or 1, nothing or common reality. I begin with that statement because… Continue reading Quantum Computing and its relevance to Philosophy.

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A Way “In” to Truth: The Failure of Physicalist Psychedelic Science

The Failure of Physicalist Psychedelic Science http://thepsychedelicscientist.com/2018/11/16/the-failure-of-physicalist-psychedelic-science/ — Read on thepsychedelicscientist.com/2018/11/16/the-failure-of-physicalist-psychedelic-science/ One of the problems I think with our current paradigm, our current philosophical – scientific model, is the orientation upon what I call "deficit" concept. This model views thoughts and consciousness is able to describe itself through exclusion, which is to say, we find… Continue reading A Way “In” to Truth: The Failure of Physicalist Psychedelic Science

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Philosophy and Climate Change: We’re Not Literally Doomed, but… – Scientific American Blog Network

Climate Change: We're Not Literally Doomed, but... - Scientific American Blog Network — Read on blogs.scientificamerican.com/hot-planet/climate-change-were-not-literally-doomed-but/ Is philosophy only for the discernment of truth through logical fallicies? Is reason the sovereign of all real truth? What climate is changing? Perhaps Deep Adaptation is about more than food and water. Maybe it is about atmosphere? What… Continue reading Philosophy and Climate Change: We’re Not Literally Doomed, but… – Scientific American Blog Network