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The contextualisation of the ethos of a child can be alluded to a sundry of different theories and disciplines. Although philosophically, Friedrich Nietzsche’s assertions are of eminent concern to this appraisal, considering his efforts to pellucidly represent that idiosyncrasy analogous to the notion of the child in his philosophical work; Thus Spake Zarathustra. On theContinue reading “A child, with Meaning.”
*** “Wealth consist not in having great possessions, but in having few wants”. *** What does Epictetus hope to indulge our thoughts? As a reminder for those who might not be fully yet informed, Epictetus, was a greek stoic philosopher, (50-135) AD. Initially born a slave at Hierapolis, Phrygia and lived in Rome until hisContinue reading “Epictetus; & Pragmatic Minimalism”
2 of 2. *** This piece is the remaining continuation to ‘why solitude?!’. The reader must be concerned in firstly visiting the passage, ‘why solitude’ for comprehensible coherence. *** Perhaps, quite often, it happens to be, we do not fully notice these unscrupulous choices. This is in part because, we err in unison. Hence, theContinue reading “yes solitude!”
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