"Expending His Energy to Promote Your Power."

Rambling on Politics & Quandaries (w/egoistic altruism)

Posted by on Oct 6, 2018 in Economics, Philosophy, Writing | 0 comments

The actions of many, on a daily basis, concerning what they do to earn money, where they send their kids to school, and how they do business, are generally confined to legal actions, ideally spread equally, though...

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“The Fire Enlightening”

Posted by on Jun 30, 2018 in Featured, Philosophy, Poetry, Writing | 2 comments

“The Fire Enlightening” is comprised of nine poems that narrate a journey of philosophic self-discovery, populated with logical and chaotic conceptual metaphor, to bridge a synthesis between the world of nature and the artifice of man.

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Economic Growth: A Visual Translation

Posted by on Mar 26, 2016 in Drawings, Economics, Philosophy | 0 comments

Everything in this picture is a specific metaphor. The main figure, a woman, referred to as “the Body”, is tortured and ripped to pieces. She represents our general welfare, our environment, our shared present, our common dreams, in the style of Lady Liberty. Each “Lilliputian” represents their own part in this charade.

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Orders & Issuance

Posted by on Feb 7, 2016 in Drawings, Misc. Prose, Philosophy | 1 comment

“That government which governs least.” A natural organism, organically flowing. Governing little, in the realm of the biological.

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Primary & Secondary Personal Impulses

Posted by on Dec 11, 2015 in Economics, Misc. Prose, Philosophy | 1 comment

Results From Impulses [that is, if these impulses were to be taken as valuable, and were we to expend our energies in the capitalistic world toward enhancing these natural wants and intents among folks, that is, providing the needs, and assisting the want, in general, for as much of the population that does not have to work (to provide enough needs to comfortably supply itself), one would find these things happening, perpetually, cumulatively.]:

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Futuristic Rhetoric and Social Kinetics

Posted by on Jun 5, 2015 in Economics, Misc. Prose, Philosophy | 1 comment

The amount of energy required to improve our transportation, manufacturing, and processing infrastructure to fully electric is massive. Fossil fuels are necessary to do so, and we are wasting them running around in circles. Ignoring this problem will end human progress, permanently.

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Thoughts on Random Processes

Posted by on May 28, 2014 in Misc. Prose, Philosophy | 0 comments

What we consider to be random processes are not necessarily random, but are often sufficiently complex that the outcome cannot, under normal circumstances, be determined by pre-conceived conditions. Conjecture itself is not sufficient to “collapse the wave function”.

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Actionable Truth No. 1

Posted by on May 22, 2014 in Misc. Prose, Philosophy | 0 comments

August 4th, 2013 So, I don’t think I can sum up my philosophy in just a few paragraphs. No quick soundbite answers here. But we can start with something. There’s a definite lack of this in many people....

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A Philosophy of Rational Momentary Consciousness

Posted by on Mar 10, 2010 in Philosophy | 1 comment

[Personal philosophy. Presently quite rough. Coming soon!]

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