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Music Thrives as a Reflection of our Becoming

When we consider humans as a collection of factors brought together into certain condition, the passage of time makes us also realize that we go through different states, and that there is never a return to an identical state in the past. We are also a continuous, rather than a discrete, set of states. The

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Friedrich Nietzsche Beyond Good and Evil

§ An inscrutable thinker To begin with, and despite the title of the section under which this article is posted, this is not a review, and perhaps not even a commentary on this great work, but rather a series of thoughts around impressions of it held by several groups, in contrast to what may be

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Amongst the Ruins —A review of Nihilism

Nihilism: A philosophy based on nothingness and eternity, Brett Stevens’ new book, opens the door to the author’s mind by giving us a picture of childhood in suburban America in a well-to-do, middle-class family. This is the typical family that would be considered privileged and fortunate by all standards of modern society. Despite this, signs

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A Child’s Solitary Pact

§ The Event Around the age of six, most probably even before that, a child may become aware of the huge rift that separates their pure understanding from the complex and often twisted way of seeing things of the adults. As children who have just come into our basic rational and logical faculties, some of

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Concentrated Thoughts, A First Rant

Some seemingly random thoughts to ponder on and perhaps even study. Understand the difference between LaVeyan hedonism and actual satanism.  Start by taking a look at the roots of modern satanism and its early expressions and origins.  Consider that any true way should probably be an inner way, independently of the outside garb, hence, a

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