Humanity's PFC Defined
The Love that moves the sun and the other stars.
- Dante Alighieri (1265-1321)
I Love the Sun, Ghost and You The Most - A planksip Daily Möbius
Humanity's PFC Defined
Inspired by Dante Alighieri (1265-1321)'s quote, "The Love that moves the sun and the other stars.", the FFA (free form association) thought exercise that I use in this titled responsion brings the Pre Frontal Cortex into the "forefront" of the conversation. Below is a continuation of this response.
The intellectualization of felt experience defines the particular kind of consciousness unique to humanity. The words to describe love and the language that emerges is a phenomenon, emergent and epiphenomenal.
The Dante Alighieri has become one of the most famous and popular authors in the world. In the world of literature, he is known to be one of the best writers and also one of the most talented writers. In this article, we will be going through the life of the author. So, if you have ever read the writings by him, then you will get a brief idea about the story that he wrote in this wonderful world.
If you are a fan of literature, then you will definitely like the writings of Dante Alighieri. However, he was born at an old age and so, his writing skills had not developed as fast as the other writers. In fact, Dante did not get the opportunity to write until after his father died. It was during that period that he started to write for the first time.
Dante did not write any books till the middle ages when there were new Christians that came in to the Holy land. They wanted to know the life of their Lord Jesus Christ. So, they asked the people to help them in getting some good books written about Him.
When many people were unable to write books, some of them actually decided to write different people from the past in order to give an historical and social background of their lives. They wanted to write about the people who were famous in the history of the Holy land.
The same thing happened with the writings of Dante, when several Christians asked him to write a book. He was not too fond of writing, but he had the chance to write some poems which were used by some people who loved the poets.
This was the period when the famous Dante was born. Some of these poems were the ones that are still used by the people today. People always ask the poet to write some more and so, he was always ready to write. Whenever he was asked to write, he was ready to write.
In fact, after he had done all this writing for the poets, the poet realized that he was not able to write anything in a very famous style. He then tried to work on different things. However, he was not too successful as he had not succeeded in writing about the lives of the dead in any style. Instead, he wrote a very interesting play, which was later used as a movie called "The Inferno".
There are so many different stories about how Dante wrote about his life and also, how he created a new world. However, we will just talk about the most famous stories about him.
The first story that is often known is the story of the temptation of God. In this story, Dante was the prince of the devils who was sent by God to tempt his heavenly father. When the devil appeared to God, he asked him to accept him into heaven. He told him that if he accepted him, he would get the right of God.
He however, turned down the proposal. He said that if he accepted him, then he could not change his mind. and that was what made the devil angry. He went to his master and said that this was his final request.
At that moment, the devil went to hell and was able to tempt Satan as well as God. The Devil however, was able to tempt both of them and thus he got the right of God.
If this sounds like a lot of gibberish, that is because it is. What is fact and what is fiction? Do your due dilegence, don't look at me, go and explore the finest poet that humanity has ever created, at least to one of my favorite academic authors; George Steiner.
And not understanding it to be For Sale
Inspired by Baruch Spinoza (1632-1677)'s quote, "The highest activity a human being can attain is learning for understanding, because to understand is to be free.". The titled responsion is a reaction to Spinoza's use of the word "free", I realize that this particular use of "free" is related to a freedom of sorts and not a monetary transaction, thus the "not undertanding" that proceeds the pseudo transaction is rather a tongue-in-cheek title and subtle introductory banter if you will. And now for the second half of this interaction with Spinoza...
The wisdom is that everything has a cost and not without a rhetoric of sorts, I encourage everyone to develop an honest speech, convincing and compelling. Share with those less fortunate than you but beware they accept it on their own terms, not yours.
Baruch Spinoza is a Dutch Jewish philosopher of Spanish Sephardic origin. One of its most notable figures, as well as of modern critical philosophical thought, he was also considered one of its greatest philosophers of all time. Among the top philosophers of his time, Spinoza is considered among the top thinkers from Western European history. The Dutch were an early nation that gave rise to the European Enlightenment, which was largely influenced by Spinoza's writings. In fact, for some reason there are still people today who believe that Spinoza can be classified as one of their greatest philosophers.
Spinoza's work is divided into two categories. He wrote on the metaphysics of nature and ethics of knowledge. In his metaphysical works, Spinoza discusses the distinction between the human will or free will, and the material world or the universe. It is said that this separation is due to the influence of Spinoza's teacher Johannes van Til and the influence of Descartes. With this division in mind, Spinoza can be considered the founder of modern philosophy, and perhaps the greatest modern philosopher. In his book Ethics of Knowledge, Spinoza goes into great detail about the nature of reality, including its origins, its end, and its purpose. The book is considered to be one of his major contributions to the field of philosophy, as it is considered to have been of great importance to philosophers throughout the ages.
Baruch Spinoza's philosophy of nature has a philosophical approach that is based on the idea that God is the only source of being, knowledge, and truth. Spinoza believed that God created the world in the form of a perfect and infinite being that had knowledge of itself. The universe was then shaped by this godlike knowledge, so that God's knowledge would shape the universe. This divine knowledge was what Spinoza called God's "mind," and this is where Spinoza developed his "ontology of knowledge," which is the basis for his metaphysical system.
Its Called the Sun and If You Play With It You Will Go Blind
Inspired by Wallace Stevens (1879-1955)'s quote, "We say God and the imagination are one . . . How high that highest candle lights the dark.", the titled responsion is a crude and solipsistic exercise intended to relieve some tension. Building to a climax of sympathetic and parasympathetic biology mixed with an old wife's tale, the blinding light of the sun is another metaphor, thrown into the mix at the risk of mixing metaphors. An anathema or so I am told!
Blinding goodness that close to the sun will drop your winged ambitions faster than Daedalus' son on a stormy day. Our life source and heliocentric imagining is what makes your head spin. God is just another story, an internal truncation of a perfectible Goodness.
Wallace Stevens is one of my favorite poets. I have read his poetry many times and I love it. I always think that he wrote about things that I can relate to and I love the poems that are about my life and experiences. In this article I will explain some of the poems that are my favorites, so you will have a great time reading Wallace Stevens and discovering some great poems.
"The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock" by Wallace Stevens is my favorite poem. It is about a young man named J. Alfred Prufrock, who loved poetry in high school. He went to college in order to become a poet but unfortunately he had to quit after two years due to lack of success. Wallace wrote the poem while in college. The poem talks about his relationship with poetry. He went to college and eventually got a great job writing for newspapers, magazines, and books.
"Ivanhoe" by Wallace Stevens is another great poem. Ivanhoe was a famous Scottish writer. Ivanhoe was a Scottish poet during the Victorian era. He is best known for his love poems about his wife, Sarah Bernhardt. The poem talks about the relationship between two lovers. I think this one of my favorites and it is also one of my favorites of his poems.
Words To Live By?
Inspired by Marilyn Monroe (1926-1962)'s quote, "The real lover is the man who can thrill you by kissing your forehead or smiling into your eyes or just staring into space.", The titled responsion ends in a questionable tone. Elsewhere in this blog, we have a variance to this responsion 'sans' question mark and represents an interesting variation in the taxonomy and subsequent ontology of this blog's structure. The responsion is below expands on this sentiment in snippet forme...
From a pedestal, these endearing sentiments act as a simple prescription for a companion of sorts. Marilyn's mantra and selective measures are simple, her ideal man doesn't dote, he looks past your earthly beauty and directly into your psyche. The mythology of the soul is a beauty that makes Aphrodite jealous, a pious perspective towards the religion of True love, with a capital T.
Marilyn Monroe is a legend among women. She was the first Hollywood star to die by her own hand. She is also one of the most famous women of all time and her death remains an iconic event in our society. It is unfortunate that we have many stories that focus on her tragic life rather than the person she was as a person. This article will explore what it is that drew her to be with a man who died before their wedding day.
The problem with Marilyn's relationship with a man before she died was that it wasn't romantic. It was more than just a friendship, but they were in love. Marilyn had a strong interest in romance and being in a relationship with someone who she felt could make her a true goddess. It was something that was very important to her because it represented the pinnacle of life for her. It was part of her being a true woman. If they had been able to live together, then she would have enjoyed some of the things that women are allowed to enjoy by men.
One of the reasons that she fell for a man who died before their wedding day was because he reminded her of what she had been during her childhood days. This man symbolized the good old boy/girl relationship that had been the norm of her life as a child. In fact, when he was young, her mother had a very close relationship with his father and Marilyn loved that connection. It reminded her of a time in her childhood, where she had a loving, caring father. There was a purity to it that she missed very much. It reminded her of a time when her mother was a very important woman in her life and she felt like the child of that woman was a good thing.