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Metaphysics: The Unreality Of Time

My aim in this article is to evaluate McTaggart’s argument for the unreality of time. McTaggart’s argument was first published in the paper Time in 1908….

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Existentialism: What would Sartre’s response be if we asked “What does it mean to be free?” – Part 2

We ended the first part of the article highlighting Sartre thoughts of consciousness as freedom. He concentrates on the desire of the consciousness in wishing….

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Existentialism: What would Sartre’s response be if we asked “what does it mean to be free?” – Part 1

Throughout history freedom has been a contentious subject. There is not a universal definition as many types and scenarios imply, although most classifications of freedom…

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Thoughts: Love and Infatuation

If you love a flower, don’t pick it up. Because if you pick it up it dies and it ceases to be what you love….

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Materialism: Pleasing the Crowd

Many men within the World have become so focused on their desire for material wealth they have abandoned or never developed an enticement for mental…

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