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Dennis Regan 7h
Today is the rest day of the first of your life. Or something like that.
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Lynne Sargent Jan 19
Hey friends! I'm trying to plan out my next couple blog posts for . What philosophy/tech topics would you like to see addressed? What are you curious about? What questions keep you up at night?
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David Whinray Jan 18
Life is like a crossword. We get clues, then fill in the blanks to try make sense of the dissonance that permeates our existence.
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meezus1994 Jan 20
Dont wish your enemies death cause sometimes life can be more devastating than death
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CaptainFantastic 10m
I just finished reading Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance. Now I have a lot to think about
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Oxford Philosophy Jan 19
How is first ? We've asked Philosophy Professor Elijah Millgram...
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Pints With Aquinas Jan 19
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DimpleVerse Jan 18
Moon never get tires To watch the Sun Let me reflect your beauty Let me be your Moon... I tag
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IAmSciArt: Misha Donohoe 1h
But first... an introduction: I am and will be curating all week. I'll add details of what I do over the coming week. Today though, I am interested in the history of science as a form of enquiry... What are your thoughts??
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Loch Kelly Jan 19
How is the Now different from the present moment? Join me & astrophysics professor, Piet Hut, to untangle this philosophical question w/ deep practical implications. Feb 21 at the Rubin Museum. Info & registration:
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Dr. Liz Hardy 👓 13h
This is what happens when meets !
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RILKE in TRANSLATION 19m
no. 3 "TO MUSIC" Recorded in the "Pure. Immense. No longer habitable..." mp3
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Luciano Floridi Jan 20
RT : Luciano on the Ephemeral Nature of a Permanent Self.
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Prophecii 10h
don't go after what they expect. New book coming soon. Genres include Religion, atheism, deism, christianity, islamism, poetry, pure thought. etc.
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Wisdom Tweets 2h
Of all forms of caution, caution in love is perhaps the most fatal to true happiness.—Bertrand Russell
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Philosophical Logic Jan 18
"Platonism in the Philosophy of Mathematics", revised entry at the .
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✨ Inspire Them...✨ 7h
For every minute you are angry you lose sixty seconds of happiness. »Ralph Waldo Emerson
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ancient-origins Jan 20
The Calendar Wheel and the of Time -
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Мастер Шадрин(М.Д.Ш) 8h
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Michael Koenig 4h
"What if the Enlightenment can be found in places and thinkers that we often overlook?"
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