Fine-tuned and accentuated, the caring embrace of a Mother's touch extends with waves of empathy towards her people and beyond. Intuitive philosophical knowing is hardly a negation, despite the axiomatic implications of 'instinction' all around us.

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The Examined Lives

Most mothers are instinctive philosophers.

- Harriet Beecher Stowe (1811-1896)

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The Examined Lives

Inspired by Harriet Beecher Stowe (1811-1896)'s quote, "Most mothers are instinctive philosophers.". The titled responsion is

Fine-tuned and accentuated, the caring embrace of a Mother's touch extends with waves of empathy towards her people and beyond. Intuitive philosophical knowing is hardly a negation, despite the axiomatic implications of instinction all around us. Look where it's gotten us so far, this perversion of sorts towards the Absolute. The impression lies in the memories, biased towards the ideal, the fictive and the imaginary. Rather than describing what is we, re-invent and co-create all to the biological rhythms and rhymes of procreation herself. Embodied and objectified, the Mother is an idol in certain heil Mary religious fictions.


Harriet Beecher Stowe

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