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The Law of Unintended Consequences and the Death of the Soul

Despite all the technological progress that has been made in the last century or two as humanity has taken over virtually every last habitable place on our planet, supported by what can only be referred to as revolutionary advancements in Science,…

Songs of the Soul (The Seeker): A Retrospective.

A conversation with Valdez about The Seeker (Songs of the Soul), Theology Reconsidered and some of his new work.
Universal creation from the Big Bang
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Ontology in the Quantum Era: A Retrospective

From an ontological perspective, a term that was coined only in the last century or two to denote a specific branch of philosophy related to being, or reality itself, in deep antiquity our ancestors simply had myth.  Various tales and stories…
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Swami Vivekananda and Yoga: 20th Century Vedānta

In today's world, you don’t have to go very far, or have too far out a view on the world, in order to be exposed to Yoga.  Yoga is looked upon in the West today primarily as a means to better health, and (primarily) as a means to a better…
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Vedānta and Brahmavidyā: The Wisdom of the Rishis

One of, if not the, unique contributions of the Indo-Aryan people[1], to which Vedānta (the philosophical foundations of Hinduism) and Buddhism ultimately owe their heritage, is the importance they place, and fundamental belief in, what…
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Chinese Philosophy: Back to the Beginning

Given the rapid globalization and synthesis of all human thought that is occurring throughout the world today as more and more Eastern works are translated and transliterated into Western languages and are the topic of much intellectual pursuit…