Monthly Archives: February 2007

The Origin Of Fear

Fear comes when a person comes to view themselves as an object: the world outside of them is in control, and they are not in control.

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The Negative Side To Altruism

Knowledge related to consequences of mindsets (philosophy/psychology), and consequences of actions (science) are the key components to all morality, not altruism.  Altruism has these three consequences: a) idleness, b) Decisions made by the will of another, or c) An attempt … Continue reading

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Thoughts On Neccessity

Have you ever heard people say, “We need to cut back to the essentials of life”?  Finances get tight, and they need to “cut back” on “luxuries”.  I’m going to show that this is a confusion.  Nothing is technically neccessary, … Continue reading

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