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Brad Warner: Atheism and Buddhism

From the author of Hardcore Zen and Sit Down and Shut Up, currently on tour with his latest, Zen Wrapped in Karma Dipped in Chocolate.

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So Wrong!

This from Conor.

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The Secret and Kosmic Narcissism: Stuart Davis on Steve Pavlina on the Virginia Tech Massacre

A blog entry by Stuart Davis that I enjoyed.

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Beliefs

The issues of religion and politics are very touchy. People tend to hold their beliefs very dearly, regardless of the extent to which those beliefs shape their day-to-day lives. Many people are strong believers and live their lives accordingly. Many … Continue reading

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It's All about Believing…

at least, the bulk of the new essays I’ve posted is. “This I Believe” was submitted to an NPR segment of the same name, while “Beliefs” was written just to capture or sort out some thoughts that have been accumulating … Continue reading

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Freedom: Resolving the Oppositions

In studying Nietzsche’s philosophy, it can be difficult to find a clear understanding of what his views are on freedom. In some areas, he seems to argue strongly against the idea of “free will,” while in other areas he seems … Continue reading

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Becoming the Overman: Nietzsche’s Path to Transformation

Nietzsche’s transformation includes three main stages: the camel stage of putting into traditional values into action; the lion stage of challenging and overcoming useless or obsolete values and replacing those with new values; and the child stage of living the … Continue reading

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