Tag Archives: Philosophy

Once We Awaken

By Rudy Avizius Source: OpEdNews.com Do you get a sense, that something is wrong like that dissonance, that does not belong As we move through the journey of life, many people are experiencing a sense of dis-ease, that something is … Continue reading

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The War to End War 100 Years On: An Evaluation and Reorientation of our Resistance to War

  By Robert J. Burrowes British author and social commentator H.G. Wells may have coined the expression that originally popularized World War I as The War that Will End War, as his book, based on articles written during that vast … Continue reading

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True Revolution

By Caitlin Johnstone Source: CaitlinJohnstone.com A radical change in human behavior away from its patterns of oppression, exploitation, war and ecocide will necessarily involve a drastic transformation in humanity’s relationship with thought. I’ve been saying this over and over again … Continue reading

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Our age of horror

In this febrile cultural moment filled with fear of the Other, horror has achieved the status of true art By M M Owen Source: aeon In Ray Bradbury’s horror short story, ‘The Next in Line’ (1955), a woman visits the … Continue reading

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Forgiveness Is Overrated

By Caitlin Johnstone Source: CaitlinJohnstone.com Journalist David Sirota has just published an excellent op-ed titled “America’s new aristocracy lives in an accountability-free zone”, which begins with the observation that “Enron executives were among the last politically connected criminals to face any serious … Continue reading

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Anti-Defamation League, Facebook, Google & Youtube Appoint Themselves As Official Internet Censor

By Richard Enos Source: Collective Evolution If you are reading this, that means that articles that speak against the activities of the Anti-Defamation League are not being automatically scrubbed from the internet. Yet. In a foreboding sign that the free … Continue reading

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Your Life Is Not Limited To One Path

By Joe Martino Source: Collective Evolution It is no secret that life can sometimes feel like a limited paved road laid out before us that we feel the need to stick to. Look at how we are brought up. Most … Continue reading

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What We Threw Away

By Patrick Armstrong Source: Strategic Culture Foundation Forty years ago I was quite impressed by the books of Jean François Revel in which he argued that The West was pretty much doomed because it was messy and indecisive. On the other hand, … Continue reading

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