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Pillar Jul 12
All dogs are animals Cow is a animal So cow is a dog
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SELFstudio Jul 16
The Japanese philosophy of Kaizen is implemented all over Japanese buisiness and culture. Be slightly better than yesterday, no matter how small as over time the change will become substantial and sustainable. No end goals. ‘Kaizen everyday, everywhere for everyone’
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⚠️Illuminous🔺️Illuminatiam⚠️ Jul 12
“To keep the heart unwrinkled, to be hopeful, kindly, cheerful, reverent - that is to triumph over old age.” ― Thomas Bailey Aldrich
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T Storm Heter Jul 14
Normally Philosophy 101 is pretty a-political. I begin with the notion of a “true statement”. But under President orange-hair-little-hands “truth” is a fighting word
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Dr Jim Walsh Jul 10
If one is locked in one's own mirror-lined world, then one cannot be said to be ethical, if by ethical we mean taking action based on needs that aren't one's own.
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Aaron Thomas-Bolduc Jul 16
As most of you know, I just finished my PhD in ( & phil of math). I now need a job. If anyone knows of anything, particularly in western Canada, please let me know. I would prefer to work for a not-for-profit, but I will consider anything appropriate. Thanks!
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pharoah.karlo Jul 13
The things you need to do to have a life is to exist and live.
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Derik Timmerman Jul 12
The history of western in a tweet: - Ancient Greeks sought the truth about prime reality - Church thinkers sought truth about divine reality - Enlightenment sought truth about nature - Modern philosophers sought truth about the personal - All sought for man's acclaim
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Physical Psychic Jul 16
We were all given a Death Of Date by the Gods (Notice I said not God) like we chose a Day Of Birth In between your Death and Birth (Reason why I put Death first) We were given the opportunities to live and be gods (Reason why I put G for God not in Capital)
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Philosophy Bits 11h
“Descartes spent far too much time in bed subject to the persistent hallucination that he was thinking. You are not free from a similar disorder.” – Flann O'Brien, The Dalkey Archive
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Philosophy Bits Jul 17
“One who is injured ought not to return the injury, for on no account can it be right to do an injustice.” — Socrates, in Plato’s Crito
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Montana Jordan Jul 13
Guys! A merry Friday the 13th and happy New Moon! Watch this! 👻🦇👻🦇👻
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MsSsHussain Jul 14
The study of the brain began from Ancient Greek scholars including Plato and Aristotle.
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Montana Jordan Jul 12
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Open Minded 14h
Valley has blooming communities of spiritual souls into: , , , and the beautiful .
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ginger Jul 16
Colossians 2:8 “ lest any through and vain , after the of men, after the of the , and not after .” &Simple
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SELFstudio Jul 13
The philosophy of wabi-sabi. Beautifully imperfect, impermanent and incomplete.
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Maha-Rani Jul 14
"Even if you are considered to be the most of all sinners, when you are situated in the boat of transcendental you will be able to cross over the ocean of miseries."- Chapter 4 Verse 36
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Steven Picanza Jul 12
“First, have a definite, clear practical ideal; a goal, an objective. Second, have the necessary means to achieve your ends; wisdom, money, materials, and methods. Third, adjust all your means to that end.” ~ Aristotle
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Will Buckingham Jul 12
After many years of intensive research in , I have reached a profound insight. The insight is this. I just hope that you are all ready for it... ** philosophy is really, really annoying.**
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