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I think schizophrenia can just as easily result from too much reality as it can from too little. I used to work with a man who had schizophrenia. It wasn't primarily physiological, for he developed it in prison, in his early 30s. You see, prison
It would appear Satyr that your philosophy forum is the only place a guy like myself can make his presence to expouse his own perception of existence independently on the entire internet without getting banned by the opinion crime police. To that I mus
1. What Nietzsche Said: "Philosophers are accustomed to speak of the will as though it were the best-known thing in the world; indeed, Schopenhauer has given us to understand that the will alone is really known to us, absolutely and completely known
Hello everyone, I'm excited to be here. The title/question is what led me on the path to finding this site. Does anyone else believe in synchronicity? I had no intention of answering the question, no desire to search for an answer. So I was watching
I'm beginning to realize that many have either misunderstood my views, have purposefully chosen to misinterpret them, or have simply no time to go through the text to read and to understand them. Having been inundated, over the years, (particularly in
Nietzsche's Manfred-Meditation. An under-rated composer, doubtless. One gets a true sense of his perseverance from his music.