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Diego de Los Campos - ‘monoprin5’

Contributed by Madeline Johnson

Amorphous Growth

Wangechi Mutu - ‘Untitled from Tumors’

Contributed by Madeline Johnson

Advice for Philosophers

What all philosophers should remember! And anyone, since everyone is a philosopher whether she knows it or not.

Contributed by Madeline Johnson

Truth Hurts

"telling the truth is useful to the hearer but harmful to those who tell it, because they incur such odium" (Blaise Pascal, Pensée 978 trans. AJ Krailsheimer). And they are ripped innocently apart like butterflies by cats.

Contributed by Madeline Johnson

Truth Means to Sacrifice Your Lies

"Truth will have no Gods before it.—The belief in truth begins with the doubt of all truths in which one has previously believed" (Nietzsche, Human, All too Human Part I. Miscellaneous Maxims And Opinions, aphorism 20).

Contributed by Madeline Johnson

What Is Your Monster?

Nietzsche, Beyond Good and Evil aphorism 146. What is your monster? Perhaps you grapple with people who do not care—do not yourself cease to care for them or the truth because they care for neither. Do not become a monster! Or perhaps you are the monster, and the warning is to your opponents to watch out lest they begin to care.

Contributed by Madeline Johnson

The Truth Is Your Choice

When you are confronted with the option to follow the truth... will you take it or refuse, claiming you have already gone through the door... or there is no door... or there is nothing behind the door. Photo is of a quote from "Like a Splinter in Your Mind: The Philosophy Behind the Matrix Trilogy" by Matt Lawrence.

Contributed by Madeline Johnson

What is Philosophy?

Photo of passage in Michel de Montaigne's "Apology for Raimond Sebonde."

Contributed by Madeline Johnson

This website has some amazing voices, I have added Alan Watts as a Inspirational person because of this site.

Contributed by Devin Miller