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Re: The sense of philosophy

Post by Yarblis » Mon Jan 24, 2011 1:56 am

Philosophy is just a way to express the way we all think things should be.We all have a different philosophy about life.There's no point in analyzing it to death.Why get angry over something that is merely an opinion and can't hurt you unless you attack it?Leave it alone,it's just an opinion.

Re: The sense of philosophy

Post by 99socks » Sun Jan 23, 2011 12:03 am

newdawnrising wrote:I am also prown to stupid attacks, and i use comedy in a weak form to hide what i real feel. The wall has been there all my life, i have a mask too, there both for sale. Cause the rent is to damb high. Movin on.... :sunny:



:D

Re: The sense of philosophy

Post by Newdawnrising » Sat Jan 22, 2011 11:54 pm

I am also prown to stupid attacks, and i use comedy in a weak form to hide what i real feel. The wall has been there all my life, i have a mask too, there both for sale. Cause the rent is to damb high. Movin on.... :sunny:

Re: The sense of philosophy

Post by 99socks » Sat Jan 22, 2011 11:52 pm

Don't mind me, I am just highlighting this for a mystery friend. :twisted:


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tertiusgaudens wrote:Well, my dear smart - pants,

it is obviously not that simple touching the fine line between seriousness and irony.

Shit or not is not the question. An old medeival saying goes: facere in quod se est - doing according what is in someone. Here is philosophy born indeed...

Why are some people upset when they encounter strange thoughts? Why is there the archaic story of crucifixion in NT? Why do thoughts have such power people get almost crazy?

The truth is: not tertius is the provocation but always a thought, Tertius is a cyber surface having no existence. You can call tertius whatever you want - it`s only a name, a surface, a line. Tertius is not. There is no HE. There were only sentences and thought generators...

So what`s philosophy having all this?

It is the dealing behind the surface. It is a try to find life. It is a provocation to see a living operator behind the tertius or sock or constabul or whatever name. It is a highly honest way revealing a touch of a soul... And your line revalations were - as though you had to defend something...

No, you hadn`t...

Re: The sense of philosophy

Post by 99socks » Sat Jan 22, 2011 11:45 pm

spock wrote:I honestly don't know why I typed that bullshit. Everything I said in my last post - fuck all that. That was some dumb shit.



I thought it was funny. :D
But the dynamics are interesting; I can't help but sit here and enumerate the number of factors outside this thread that has affected it.

For a friend: All these fucking e-people!

Re: The sense of philosophy

Post by Spock » Sat Jan 22, 2011 11:44 pm

I honestly don't know why I typed that bullshit. Everything I said in my last post - fuck all that. That was some dumb shit.

Re: The sense of philosophy

Post by Constabul » Sat Jan 22, 2011 11:39 pm

Awesome, i'm being called a smart - pants. :hugging:

for some, it is simpler than for others. :dunno:

facienti quod in se est Deus non denegat gratiam? Is a christian bases and philosophy.
It is far from where it is born, it is but another thoughtline in a endless <seemingly> process
of thoughtlines. It by no means is a start or a finish, but only a perspective. Or in otherwords, Speculation.

Indeed, good question, and a furthering of that would be, why are so many who believe they know of god and the nature of god so perturbed when confronted with the knowledge that they know no more or less then the next person, and in so know nothing of god, gods, or the nature of god. That for all their preaching, they are in the dark as much as the next, but only in a state of denial, and why does it bother them so, can they just carry on with life, instead of focusing on what they have no clue of but yet continually act like they do.
To the point of creating all sorts of erroneous information as to make it look like they know what they are talking about. :hmmm:

Hey it's great you consider your internet persona to be the third person, and blah blah.

Honestly..I believe.. your going off metaphysical trip, that only you know the end game of, seems much of it is belief driven.

epistemology is a fun topic, does it reside in what people have coined the Phrase " soul"
or is this too a concept made by man, to attempt to explain what is in essence unexplainable at this point in our evolution, and as a result, it is not a disservice to mislabel something we are far from being able to explain, not to say it is unexplainable. Just that what is generally sited as the source to explain such, can be seen for what it is. Just man made concepts and speculation.

Did i feel the need to defend, what was being said? Not really, I could have gone into a much more lengthly version of the misconceptions of the post.
I felt compelled to call bullshit for what i saw to be bullshit.

Btw, that smart - pants comment was A Barrage of Awesomeness :flop:

first spock with, him thinking i made a good post, now Smart - Pants from tertius, I am on a roll.
I need to hit vegas!

Re: The sense of philosophy

Post by Tertiusgaudens » Sat Jan 22, 2011 9:41 pm

Well, my dear smart - pants,

it is obviously not that simple touching the fine line between seriousness and irony.

Shit or not is not the question. An old medeival saying goes: facere in quod se est - doing according what is in someone. Here is philosophy born indeed...

Why are some people upset when they encounter strange thoughts? Why is there the archaic story of crucifixion in NT? Why do thoughts have such power people get almost crazy?

The truth is: not tertius is the provocation but always a thought, Tertius is a cyber surface having no existence. You can call tertius whatever you want - it`s only a name, a surface, a line. Tertius is not. There is no HE. There were only sentences and thought generators...

So what`s philosophy having all this?

It is the dealing behind the surface. It is a try to find life. It is a provocation to see a living operator behind the tertius or sock or constabul or whatever name. It is a highly honest way revealing a touch of a soul... And your line revalations were - as though you had to defend something...

No, you hadn`t...

Re: The sense of philosophy

Post by Constabul » Sat Jan 22, 2011 7:45 pm

99socks wrote:Constabul, if you pull out an old Oxford dictionary from about 200 years ago and look up "philosophy", you will see the definition describes the pursuit of God and spirituality. :sunny: The two cannot be separated; the artificial separation we see today is a perversion of that goal.


indeed you site a good point, things are different depending where you stand.
which is even more a good point to illustrate the absurdity of the post.

# you are in almost "apostolic" bullshit succession of Plato, Aristotle, Buddha, Lao Tsi, Seneca, Aquin, Bacon, Locke and countless others;


some sited indeed go beyond the 200 year mark, and depending on where those people were in history, it was indeed different too.

All in all it is the pursuit of wisdom, in whatever form it manifests currently in the beholders period of existence.

Philosophy is boring, mind killing and anti spiritual.


Really not even worth the time to try and touch on the bull squeeze.
for whatever reason, be it bait, be it personal dealing, or just simple musing, it is not backed in truth, in any sense.

Re: The sense of philosophy

Post by 99socks » Sat Jan 22, 2011 7:33 pm

Constabul, if you pull out an old Oxford dictionary from about 200 years ago and look up "philosophy", you will see the definition describes the pursuit of God and spirituality. :sunny: The two cannot be separated; the artificial separation we see today is a perversion of that goal.

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