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You and the Trash

You and the Trash

  Lisa Doeland, someone who we could call a philosopher of a waste. She was invited to Prague (My home town) by Tomáš Sedláček, Czech economist and philosopher. She’s had seminar and later-on a discussion with Tomáš. I’ve been to both of those and they’ve stimulated some thoughts I would like to share with you here. I am going to start by my own interpretation of what Lisa was talking about at those seminars. I am going to write at…

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You, Your Brain and Free Will

You, Your Brain and Free Will

Indetermination From the time we’ve been born, maybe even before that as some transpersonal psychologist would say, we are receiving inputs from the environment. The environment isn’t only the external one, as in outside of our bodies, but internal one as well. It’s because of nature of human beings. We do get the inputs first, but then a lot of things happen. A lot of things CAN happen, that’s what we are going to call indetermination. It’s the spectrum of possible…

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