The Genesis of Philosophy

Harmony Cardenas

The genesis of philosophy can be observed across a wide range of human interests such as religion, creative arts, education and economy. In its very essence, philosophy involves unique belief systems that refine the conditions and thoughts pertaining to life, growth and death. Philosophers are considered to be wise visionaries […]

How Does Wittgenstein Understand Philosophy?

Harmony Cardenas

Does it still make any sense to maintain dividing lines or boundaries between sciences or disciplines? In other words, are epistemological hierarchies still valid? Wouldn’t it be more productive, starting with teaching, that the narratives were free of barriers between them? As knowledge advances, themes expand and intertwine.To the point […]

Breaking Through the Barrier of Impersonal Philosophy

Harmony Cardenas

In modern spirituality there are usually three established organic systems of liberation – Voidism, Impersonalism and Personalism. Voidism purports that there is no God, no existence and no worldly thought worthy of thinking. Non-dualistic Impersonalism asserts that there is no personal God but only mythical stories and images that aid […]

Analysis of the Problems of Philosophy by Bertrand Russell

Harmony Cardenas

Appearance and Reality Russell questions the absoluteness of knowledge and the discernment of the problem in Philosophy. What is the distinction between appearance and reality? Things which are known by perception are labeled as sense data. The collection of all physical objects is called matter. Russell quotes the Philosopher Berkeley […]

Philosophy Versus Politics

Harmony Cardenas

Sure, you can make a living at politics, but you can genuinely solve some problems including sometimes making a living with philosophy. With that said, I begin this article. Thinking instead of “being slick and avoiding thinking” is always the way to go, but who in this world is evolved […]