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Two Proverbs To Read Backwards

“Love your neighbor as yourself” and “not everything that glitters is gold” both hold lots of truth in themselves, but I want to propose an alternative interpretation for each of them, which gives a “bonus truth”, if you will. 174 more words

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RENE DESCARTES - MEDITATION ON FIRST PHILOSOPHY: MEDITATION III

Written by Rene Descartes, 1641. Translated by Elisabeth S. Haldene, 1911.

MEDITATION III: OF GOD: THAT HE EXISTS

 

The Meditator starts this mediation by reminding us and himself that he is a thing that thinks, a thing that knows a few things and is ignorant of many others. 1,618 more words

Philosophy

RENE DESCARTES - MEDITATIONS ON FIRST PHILOSOPHY: MEDITATION II

Written by Rene Descartes, 1641. Translated by Elisabeth S. Haldene, 1911.

MEDITATION II: OF THE NATURE OF THE HUMAN MIND; AND THAT IT IS MORE EASILY KNOWN THAN THE BODY  939 more words

Philosophy

RENE DESCARTES - MEDITATIONS ON PHILOSOPHY, LETTER, PREFACE AND SYNOPSIS

Written by Rene Descartes, 1641. Translated by Elisabeth S. Haldene, 1911.

SHORT BIOGRAPHY

René Descartes (Latinized: Renatus Cartesius) was born 31 March 1596 – 11 February 1650. 1,181 more words

Philosophy

Aurea mediocritas

Aş vrea să scriu hic et nunc ceva pentru că verba volant, scripta manent, însă este un adevărat Nod Gordian. Şi totuşi ars longa, vita brevis, iar eu cum sunt un adevărat Mecena şi sine die nu m-am dat bătută, voi încerca totuşi să scriu ceva. 523 more words

Arta De A Fi Om

René Descartes

I think, therefore I am.

Or am I just a figment of your imagination?

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ide dan realitas

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kamu tau ga si kenapa bangku, meja, korek itu kok bisa ada?? ko bisa ya bentuknya kaya gitu??

simple si sebenarnya, lagipula ngapain banget musingin hal2 kecil kaya gitu. 226 more words

Cogito Ergo Sum