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It doesn't matter how complicated or simple the spread that you choose is, what is more important is how the story plays out in front of you. Following that with the traditional mythology of tarot symbolism, it won't matter which way the spread plays out, because the universe will make sure that the story appears to the reader in the correct sequence.
Published by Epic Strategist 66 months ago in Philosophy | +0 votes | 0 comments
In my short lifetime, if I had just 1 nickle for every person who has asked me the question, "is anything really free?", I would have several thousand dollars in my savings account right now. It's a question that many people ask, and many philosophers ponder. The question follows along with the basic tenants of philosophy that are designed to stretch the imagination, sharpen the mind and bring about new and interesting insight.
Published by Epic Strategist 67 months ago in Philosophy | +3 votes | 0 comments
The American scholar Joseph Campbell formulated a theory that the protagonists of many classic and modern myths follow a basic pattern, known as the monomyth or the hero's journey. This idea has become a very prominent one in the study of philosophy and the study of folklore. This article provides an introduction to this concept and an outline of the seventeen stages according to Campbell.
Published by Mia Blixt 69 months ago in Philosophy | +1 votes | 0 comments
Money is a storehouse of value and is used as a medium for exchange of goods and is a medium which is used by people all over the world. People save money for their future needs. Money serves a plethora of needs and services. It can serve as a medium of exchange for people when they want to buy new goods. In absence of the institution of money, there was the barter system. In the barter system, people used to exchange one good for another which he or she needed. This created lots of problems as ...
Published by Soubhik Chakrabarti 69 months ago in Philosophy | +1 votes | 0 comments
There are many reasons as to why money is preferred as a storehouse of value. Foremost, money is an accepted form of money and an accepted medium. Secondly, the value of money remains more stable when compared to other forms of commodities. Most importantly, it is much easier to store money than to store commodities as happened during the barter system. Storage of money does not need much space and so can be transported easily.
Published by Soubhik Chakrabarti 69 months ago in Philosophy | +0 votes | 0 comments
While I don't think any of the answers are bad or wrong. I must throw my wrench into the mix that 'evil' is our lens into history. We see as ‘evil’ what we find to be in direct transgression of the good. Our understanding of evil is thereby the antithesis of what we find best and most beautiful in life. If we say a murder is evil, then life itself is most precious. If we say that free thought and freedom are most precious something else entirely becomes most evil.
Published by Jerrod Nazarian 70 months ago in Philosophy | +1 votes | 0 comments
A brief review of the vast reality of our sky. What it means to be human on this small planet on the outskirts of the Milky Way. Seeing beauty in the life cycles of the cosmos: Big Bang to stellar clouds; Clouds to galaxies; Galaxies forming solar systems; individual stars bursting for as fusion ignites their very being and eventually burn them selves into oblivion. The ever expanding reality of life in the expanse of space, we are the stars, they are our forefathers.
Published by Jerrod Nazarian 70 months ago in Philosophy | +1 votes | 0 comments
A brief explication of some big questions in Philosophy and why we ask the questions that seem impossible to answer. Who are we? What are we? Why are we here? Are we mental conceptions? Or perhaps another physical thing in the vast existence of all universes. Read how philosophy nurtures and encourages the curiosity and reason that is the undercurrent to many advances in the sciences of today.
Published by Jerrod Nazarian 71 months ago in Philosophy | +1 votes | 2 comments
The exploration of the philosophical views of positivism and the natural law.
Published by Aggrey Nzomo 73 months ago in Philosophy | +1 votes | 1 comments
Buddhism is a pacifist religion that has a number of sects. All the sects believe in the Buddha, but follow slightly different paths to achieve Nirvana
Published by Madangopal Singh 73 months ago in Philosophy | +3 votes | 0 comments
This is an overview of the teachings of Confucius. It is meant for teachers and students of Chinese History and Philosophy
Published by Arthur Tafero 90 months ago in Philosophy | +0 votes | 0 comments
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