Philosophy

Discussion in 'General Philosophy' started by PartyBoy, Aug 4, 2013.

  1. PartyBoy Registered Member

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    I am the most impulsive creature. I say things that make no sense to common people. But get me in philosophy logic happens. Mostly text is best, but verbiage on an interpersonal conversation is difficult to come by. Especially at the very heights of extreme ideals- denial
     
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  3. Gage Registered Senior Member

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    That's nice
     
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  5. Magical Realist Valued Senior Member

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    The problem for philosophy is how to go in towards that radiant supernova at the core of our being and report back an intelligible description that others can still understand and identify with. It's like the moth and the flame. The attraction of the absolute pulling us in and too often burning us up into a euphoria of some "stream of consciousness" word salad. I guess the trick here is to swerve in and out stealing poignant snippets of or insights into the ultimate sublime situation. Getting in and out before the impulsivity takes over again and we lose all sense of logic and reasonable articulation. Guerrilla philosophy as it were. Epistemic ninjas!
     
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  7. Oniw17 ascetic, sage, diogenes, bum? Valued Senior Member

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    I was under the impression that ninjas played kind of an espionage role. Like the CIA. Not at all like guerrilla warfare. I might be wrong though.
     
  8. river

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    philosophy is important but the problem is that it rarely comes to a final conclusion about any topic

    which is its down fall
     
  9. PartyBoy Registered Member

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    No that's it's uprise. Some inherent complex ideas we are able to enlist into discussion have profound effects in nearly all other areas of study. The fact any person can come here and somehow be lead to another area of study is a historical rise to the enjoyment of life, the realization of the self, the banishment of suffering, and the realization of life and higher intellect. This is a subject for the ages. First we learn to use our body, next we learn to be wise, then the real lessons begin.
     

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