– About Racism –

– What does consist a »racist«, or what is the definition of »racism«?

The greatest definition, although not entirely complete, of a racist person «or racism» is: – Anyone who endeavors in not preserving «altering or destroying» one race, or more than one, or all races.

These types are found in all racial groups, I am afraid, and they are common.

A counterpart would be the eugenicist who endeavors if not preserving a race, but making it evolve through artificial selection between compatible specimens.

ᛟᚦᚨᛚᚨ – Ōþala – Heritage, state, possession.

– Finishing my Philosophy Course and, then, Studying what I want –

My hard time and long journey:

  • I am finishing, after more than a decade, in tortuous ways, with a LOT of suffering caused by family members practically ruining completely my life «and health altogether», my philosophy course. After I graduate, and most probably with honours, I will dedicate myself to a series of studies long overdue and delayed, to study physics and develop my Natural Philosophy, to study Mathematics, Classical Languages «including many ancient and medieval European ones and modern ones», and Music. Other topics I will surely study as well, as this site is a compendium of my perspectives over any scientific, philosophical, or aesthetical «and even about news and technology» studies and thoughts.
  • That said, I’ll then study, as I was, the software Geogebra, which is an excellent software for simulating physics and representing geometrically any mathematical body and functions, and as well continue my music courses which I started studying last year.

Leibniz vs Newton: A Clash of Paradigms

RTF President Cynthia Chung kicks off the symposium ‘As Above so Below: Re-uniting the Macroverse with the Microverse” with a presentation on Leibniz vs Newton: A Clash of Paradigms. This presentation will introduce the principled conflict of two opposing schools of thought materialist/mathematical defined by Newton vs the higher dynamic/metaphysical method embodied by Gottfried Leibniz. […]

Leibniz vs Newton: A Clash of Paradigms