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GOD & IRRELIGION: GENERAL CONCEPTS. [8/10] #typography #philosophy

PHILOSOPHY

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PHILOSOPHY

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The Difference Between Existentialism, Nihilism, and Absurdism | Daniel Miessler

A look at the various ways to deal with a lack of intrinsic meaning in the universe, from surrender, to fantasy, to rebellion.

Freud argued that our psyche could be categorised into three:  The Ego: our rational concious voice.  The Id: our primitive animalistic desires.  The Superego: our ‘moral judge’ or censor of what’s demanded of us.  All of life’s problems, including religion (for Freud) came when one or many of these would conflict.

The Big Ideas of Philosophers

Depicting the major ideas of the major philosophers, in a minimal way.

Descartes’ method began by purging himself of any beliefs that were open to the slightest possibility of error. He hoped to rebuild all his knowledge using only reason, rationalism, and a priori truths.

The Big Ideas of Philosophers

Depicting the major ideas of the major philosophers, in a minimal way.

Leibniz’s Principle of Sufficient Reason states, simply, that for every positive fact there must be an explanation equal to it.

The Big Ideas of Philosophers

Depicting the major ideas of the major philosophers, in a minimal way.

Plato's love of geometry exemplified well his world of forms.

The Big Ideas of Philosophers

Depicting the major ideas of the major philosophers, in a minimal way.

Although a simplification, #Rousseau's Noble Savage suggested that man, in his natural state, was good, kind and generous. This was in stark contrast to #Hobbes, who argued the 'State of Nature' of natural man was "nasty, brutish, and short". For Rousseau, it was excessive society, with it's laws and structures, which brought out the worst in us, as it served only to promote wealth and what he called 'unfreedom'.  #philosophy #politics #liberty #politicaltheory

The Big Ideas of Philosophers

Depicting the major ideas of the major philosophers, in a minimal way.

The problem of Inverted Qualia is, as Dennett says: “ one of philosophy’s most virulent memes”. Although many philosophers have espoused variants on it, John Locke’s is perhaps the most popular and enduring example. Put simply it asks: “how can you...

The Big Ideas of Philosophers

David Chalmers presents us with a ghoulish thought experiment in his ‘philosophical zombies’. He asks us to imagine a p-zombie as physically or materially identical to human beings and yet lacking in...

Hobbes thought that man, free of all authority, would resort to a ‘state of nature’: a bitter struggle for resources, resulting in a 'short nasty and brutish’ existence. To avoid this bleak state, we must surrender absolute personal autonomy to give...

The Big Ideas of Philosophers

Hobbes thought that man, free of all authority, would resort to a ‘state of nature’: a bitter struggle for resources, resulting in a 'short nasty and brutish’ existence. To avoid this bleak state, we...