Tracking Trackless Tao

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3 votesI began studying Oriental philosophy at age 13. That was when such phrases as “tracking trackless Tao” or “tracking the trackless Way” and “Zen” entered my awareness. Although I wasn’t quite sure what they meant, I thought that “not … Continued

Anosognosia, why the stupid believe they are smart

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1 voteIn neurology the term anosognosia describes someone with a disability who is unaware of the disability. For example, some patients have strokes, with half of their body paralyzed, and remain totally unaware that they cannot move half of their … Continued

Learning to Photoread

0 votesHow do we read? WHAT do we read with? Most of us, in getting through a book from cover to cover, are convinced we “know how to read.” As mentioned in Chopping Onions and Initiation, it’s the daily gestures … Continued

20th Century Sophist: Edward Bernays

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0 votes Today we continue with Part 3 of our mini-series with the portrait of a 20th Century sophist. Edward Bernays, the Jewish,  Austro-American nephew of Sigmund Freud, applied the psychological theories of his uncle on a mass scale, manipulating … Continued