Ayn Rand’s philosophy of objectivism is often misunderstood. However, when applied right, it may be able to help us with our well-being.
In Voltaire’s time, it was theorized that all bad events happened for the greater good. Yet, Voltaire couldn’t help but see the absurdity in this optimism.
More and more Americans are turning to spirituality rather than religion. But what does this mean?
Nietzsche was well aware that life without meaning comes with very dangerous consequences. With that said, much of his philosophy was for the purpose of discovering meaning in a world that feels so meaningless.
Plato had one goal as a philosopher – to help people understand how to live more fulfilling lives. In order to meet this goal, he wrote more than 30 books. All of which surround four core concepts: Know yourself Let your lover change you Understand beauty Reform society Throughout this article, we’re going to take
“One loves ultimately one’s desires, not the thing desired.” – Friedrich Nietzsche, Beyond Good and Evil Those who’ve taken a glimpse into Nietzsche’s philosophy are well aware of his distrust in morality. Nietzsche the morality that still weighs down on modern society as he felt it didn’t do the brain justice. Instead, morality was a ball and
We often develop ideas in our minds we’d like to communicate with others – only to realize we don’t have the proper words to explain ourselves. This is especially true for people suffering from mental illness – it can be very difficult to explain just how we feel to somebody who’s never suffered. Luckily, there
“Life has no intrinsic worth, but is kept in motion merely by desire and illusion.” – Arthur Schopenhauer The German philosopher, Arthur Schopenhauer, had a unique philosophy that – though may be adaptable to other philosopher’s points of views – stands out in execution and solution. This distinction appears when Schopenhauer discusses the human will
A deeper look into how ancient philosophers viewed mental illness.
“There is but one truly serious philosophical problem and that is suicide. Judging whether life is or is not worth living amounts to answering the fundamental question of philosophy. All the rest – whether or not the world has three dimensions, whether the mind has nine or twelve categories – comes afterwards. These are games.” –