Charles Péguy

Charles Péguy

Died: September 5, 1914, Villeroy, France Website Facebook X/Twitter

Charles Péguy's two main philosophies were socialism and nationalism, but by 1908 at the latest, after years of uneasy agnosticism, he had become a believing but non-practicing Roman Catholic.

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A Focal Point for the Mind

by Mary Shelley and others in Figures of Speech

Living with or without a teleological framework makes a difference to the outcomes we hold sacred. Are they needed? Not necessarily, but they help. The danger lies in the lies, not the algorithm that gets us there. To the finish line is an interim goal for the human race.

Replace Soul with Mind

by Pythagoras and others in Figures of Speech

When you describe consciousness, do you gravitate towards soul, mind, or both? Now using the lens of biology, how does your understanding shift? Remember, this is a subjective exercise designed to reflect your own divergent and convergent thinking within a structure of sorts.

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