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Morten Tolboll
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Philosophy, Spirituality, Popular culture, New Age,
Philosophy, Spirituality, Popular culture, New Age,

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The Yugas (a critical book review)
In their book The Yugas: Keys to Understanding Man's
Hidden Past, Emerging Present and Future Enlightenment , the two American
“scientists” Joseph Selbie and David Steinmetz, have written a revisionist version
of the Indian philosophy of the Yugas, the four...
The Yugas (a critical book review)
The Yugas (a critical book review)
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The Cosmographer Who Stole Lucifer´s Dreams
Location: San Marco (Piazza San Marco), Venice,
Italy The title of this photo is Mob Rules and is from my photo blog The Visual Pilgrim .
The text to the photo goes: St
paul writes in his second letter to the communion in Corinth, that: ”the letter
kills, b...
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Thou Shall Not Criticize!!!
Philosophy is under attack.
The precious store of ancient wisdom is under attack from charlatans, the Sophists.
This was Plato´s warning, and the warning is more important today than ever. What Plato tried to show with
his dialogues between Socrates (the ph...
Thou Shall Not Criticize!!!
Thou Shall Not Criticize!!!
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Examples of Atheist Propaganda in Skeptical Inquirer - Example 2: Steven Pinker
Learning
about human progress is not an exercise in optimism, cheeriness, or looking on
the bright side: it´s a matter of accuracy, of understanding the world as it
really is (Steven Pinker, Skeptical Inquirer).  Finally, of
course, there comes the Age of t...
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Examples of Atheist Propaganda in Skeptical Inquirer - No. 1
The Committee for
Skeptical Inquiry (CSI), formerly known as the Committee for the
Scientific Investigation of Claims of the Paranormal (CSICOP), is a
program within the transnational American non-profit educational
organization Center for Inquiry (CFI), wh...
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Ken Wilber likes to play Wyatt Earp when responding to criticism
Ken Wilber has tried to make
an evolutionary theory of everything .
But any theory of everything implicates the so-called nondual bias. Nondual bias arises when you describe something
as nondual, while forgetting that you can´t describe anything without imp...
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Ethics; Part 5: Friendship, Gift Economy and Self-sacrifice
Grey Havens
by Alan Lee This post is a part of the
online book Philosophical
Counseling with Tolkien . The
Lord of the Rings is a genious example of ontological pluralism. Gandalf
is both Odin, a guardian angel, and a Christ figure. We have seen that Tolkie...
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Ethics; Part 4: Tonglen – Rediscovering Love
I get fairy celloist playing, image by Arthur Rackham This post is a part of the online
book Philosophical
Counseling with Tolkien . Self-abnegation, humility and
love will defeat evil. Evil has no power over these souvereign life-expressions,
because it de...
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Ethics; Part 3: The Ring and The Devil
The Forging
of the One, By Ted Nasmith This post is a part of the
online book Philosophical
Counseling with Tolkien . Evil is formidable. Its power
shocks us. We are surprised to hear Gandalf say;   “I am Gandalf the White, but Black is
mightier still” (LOT...
Ethics; Part 3: The Ring and The Devil
Ethics; Part 3: The Ring and The Devil
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Ethics; Part 2: The Nature of Evil
The Great
Red Dragon and the Beast from the Sea, by William Blake, c.1805 This post is a part of the
online book Philosophical
Counseling with Tolkien . [...] Therefore: let us return to
the question: is evil objectively real, and, if so, is it equally real...
Ethics; Part 2: The Nature of Evil
Ethics; Part 2: The Nature of Evil
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