Praeteritum

Praeteritum

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The Philosophy of everything part 1.

Why is everything so different from anything? If one could be anything than couldn’t they just opt to be everything? Is anything a thing? I suppose it could be closer to an idea, but even than surely an idea is a thing.

What about nothing? If one could choose to be anything surely they could choose to be nothing since anything consists of any possible thing. but this would imply nothing is a thing which is quite contradictory to its blatant meaning of not being a thing.

If nothing is not a thing than how could it be accessible within the parameters of anything? I suppose it could be an anti-thing.

If an antihero is a hero with non heroic qualities could an anti thing be a thing which lacks the qualities of a thing?

Well by this technicality nothing would be a place holder for the absence of a thing, and a place holder is a thing so surely it must be an anti-thing because while it lacks the qualities of a thing it somehow marginalizes itself into the category.

Alright enough of my nonsense, peace out

Half-Argument for relevance of abstract thinkers.

Why have academic intellectuals of our day deemed abstract thinkers worthy of a lesser merit? Is it because we’re more fun at parties? Or merely the jealousy over the modern academics inability to create anything profoundly original? Or most likely of the three: that I myself have grown bitter over my current favorite writers (Dostoevsky and Bakunin) being labeled as too abstract for relevance.

In spite of criticism I find them to be more relevant in a manner so practically profound yet dualistically simple that what is to be gained from reading such a variety is often overlooked. Let’s look at Dostoevsky for example, any one of his works that I have thus far picked up, has contained so much information that I could read the same passages for weeks on end and get new and unique lessons (not unlike reading a religious work) picking up informational tidbits about everything from the art of literature, psychology, metaphysics, epistemology, politics, Russian history sociology, and above all ethics.

Likewise with Bakunin, I first took to him for his rants about anarchism and radical political philosophy, but found myself being schooled on almost everything else under the sun in the process, as a result I see it more due to call these abstract thinkers vastly paradigmatic rather than irrelevant to their respective fields, and that again their is much more to learn from these types of thinkers than first meets the eye.

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