Analyze disposition to clarify status, not justify status quo
Jul25

Analyze disposition to clarify status, not justify status quo

When we interact with people, we soon notice that we all are different. What makes us different? Our dispositions. Gita …

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To argue that the truth is unknowable is to presume that it is knowable
Jul24

To argue that the truth is unknowable is to presume that it is knowable

Some skeptics look for flaws in all philosophies, especially philosophies that strive to explain the nature and purpose…

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As long as our functional core differs from our constitutional core, we stay in delusion
Jul23

As long as our functional core differs from our constitutional core, we stay in delusion

Our functional core refers to the thing that is central to the way we function, whereas our constitutional core refers to…

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What we see depends on what we want to see
Jul22

What we see depends on what we want to see

Suppose an alcoholic visits a new city. Though the city may have many attractive sights, the alcoholic will look for bars.…

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The mind tends to do what we don’t intend to do
Jul21

The mind tends to do what we don’t intend to do

We may resolve to do some things, say regulate our eating or sleeping, but find ourselves doing the opposite, or at least …

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