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Philosophy-in-Motion – Introduction

This Philosophy of constant Change & nonlinear Dynamic recognizes the co-dependencies & inter-connectivities of everything. This is a Compass-in-Chaos for the multiplicities of our eternal life-cycle, an operating & guidance system for the cloud networks of Social Emotional Intelligence. As all … Continue reading

A love for wisdom…

or the Importance of Philosophy for everything we do,   – right Here & Now ! – Greek (philosophia)= love of wisdom “…Philosophy is critical reflection and inquiry… to create meaning and purpose. Always remembering, there is as many such meanings … Continue reading

for mature readers only…

Unless we recognize our psychosomatic infirmities,  see the shortcomings of our ‘intelligence‘, and acknowledge our insensitivities towards ‘All-the–Other‘, there will be no healing, no remending.  Otherwise it remains a delusional & demented existence, harmful to everything-else out there and just a sick & painful … Continue reading

about my writings of conceptual metaphors

In the wake of the greatest economic & ecologic crisis
mankind has ever faced, I would like to share some
Insight & Vision with you.

(John 1.1): ‘In the Beginning was the Word…
                    – and the Word became Flesh’.
This Beginning of Matter became the materialistic paradigm
which dominates all aspects of our life today.

The Logic of this Reality starts with Logos, the word, and any of its Logic begins with naming a Question

 Throughout these sites I make great use of metaphors & allegories.             Continue here →

Before the internet, and long before there were written laws or printed books around,
our ancestors had developed very efficient, verbal & nonverbal techniques
to  share and hand-down their experiences & knowledge to future generations.
The ancient art of storytelling has always played a very important role in the evolution of mankind.
For thousands of years, these tales were the main teaching tool of human societies,
and with time we have developed quite sophisticated techniques to communicate
the more complex concepts of abstract ideas & theories.
Conceptual metaphors are considered to be a  cognitive linguistic, and are commonly used to characterize or describe more complicated processes in a simple & undiscriminating  fashion.
These metaphors shape, not just our communication, but also our way of thinking & behavior.

These pages try to encourage a fundamental change of thinking, a shift in your paradigm of perception.

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