Light Zone Winter is my favorite season is because of the beauty of ice and snow, and opportunities to be able to capture the breathtaking landscape pictures. 30 inches of snow falls overnight would create a picture of wonderful winter… Continue Reading →
Socrates' aphorism 'I know one thing: that I know nothing' epitomises what has become known as the 'Socratic Method' (exemplified in Plato's Dialogues). This demands we assume nothing but question everything so that we can discern the true meaning of our ideas and concepts.
Descartes’ Substance Dualism maintains that both the mind and body exist as two separate and distinct substances. He argued using Leibniz’s Law - where two identical things must have completely identical properties.
Marx believed that economics was everything - the past, present, and even the (deterministically inevitable) future. There would be an organic progression of society, until the proletariat would realise their own capacity, and establish a classless society of common responsibility and ownership.
Kant’s Transcendental Ego is an attempt to bridge the historic debate between empiricism and rationalism. All of our knowledge does comes from experiences (in the form of ‘phenomena’), but we possess an a priori 'nounmenal’ self which is a 'necessary.
Nietzsche nihilistic aphorism “God is Dead” is the starting point for his wider conviction that there were no truths or certainties In this uncertain void, true meaning came in reaching for an inner-Ubermensch, where we should and must create our own.