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Between Science and Spirituality The Series

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The Science

Mari kita bicarakan sains…

Sains berasal dari Bahasa Latin Scire, Scindere, Scientia yang sebenarnya bermakna memisahkan satu hal dengan yang lainnya sehingga mendapatkan informasi yang jelas mengenai hal tersebut. 319 more words

CrazyThought

#Frase de Aristoteles

“Considero más valiente al que conquista sus deseos que al que conquista a sus enemigos, ya que la victoria más dura es la victoria sobre uno mismo.”

de Aristoteles

Frase

Never happened

Empedocles foeterde 2500 jaar geleden tegen Aristoteles: “Bepaalde schepselen verwerven op toevallige wijze zekere lichaamsdelen die het meest waardevol bleken te zijn om te overleven.” 18 more words

Ontwikkeling

What you can gain from learning more about yourself!

Do you want to build up your self-esteem? Would you like to be better at handling your everyday life? Or would you just like to feel more secure in yourself? 355 more words

Motivation

Soren Kierkegaard on the individual vs. the crowd

“Truth always rests with the minority, and the minority is always stronger than the majority, because the minority is generally formed by those who really have an opinion, while the strength of a majority is illusory, formed by the gangs who have no opinion — and who, therefore, in the next instant (when it is evident that the minority is the stronger) assume its opinion, which then becomes that of the majority, i.e., becomes nonsense by having the whole on its side, while Truth again reverts to a new minority. 45 more words

Alfred De Zayas

Eberhard Jüngel 80: The Interview – Part 3. The priority of possibility

This interview was recorded on 5 January 1985 in Prof Jüngel’s house in Tübingen. 

Murray Hofmeyr: Nur Fuchs, und vielleicht Moltmann stellen Ihrer Meinung nach die Priorität von der Möglichkeit über die Wirklichkeit. 2.776 more words

Eberhard Jüngel 80

a catarse para Aristóteles refere-se a purificação das almas através de alguma descarga emocional

eu sempre acreditei
que sentar-me a frente
de qualquer coisa para
começar a escrever
fosse piamente equivocado;
muito mais do que isso
um erro enorme. 353 more words

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