Nicht integere Philosophien
| Problematische Philosophien|
BW unter 200 (Übersicht)
| Integere Philosophen|
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|200||Jean-Paul Sartre (1905-1980) französischer Philosoph, Hauptvertreter des Existentialismus [BW 375], Literaturkritiker, Publizist, Dramatiker, Romancier||200||Howard Zinn, Ph.D. (1922-2010) einflussreicher US-amerikanischer emeritierter Professor für Politikwissenschaft, Boston Universität (1964-1988), progressiver Historiker, Akademischer Linker, Aktivist, Autor|
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Zitate zum Thema Philosophien / Philosophies
Zitate von D. Hawkins
Quotes by D. Hawkins
- The extreme negativity of many popular works of pseudophilosophy, for example, is obvious if one tests these books. But even being forewarned can't defend us against unwitting entrainment by invisible energy fields that activate when these works are read. One may think that he can maintain his psychic independence by refuting the work intellectually, but mere exposure to the material has a profound negative effect that continues even after the material is intellectually rejected. It's as though, within these negative influences, there's a hidden virus whose invasion of our psyche goes unnoticed. Afflicted by Forces Unseen?, excerpt from Power vs. Force. The Hidden Determinants of Human Behavior, Hay House, February 2002
- Ultimately, the mind arrives at epistomology [LoC 475], the branch of philosophy that examines the question of how – and to what degree – man really knows anything. Such philosophical discourse may seem either erudite or irrelevant, but the questions they pose are at the very core of human experience. Power vs. Force. The Hidden Determinants of Human Behavior, "Introduction", S. 28, Hay House, February 2002
- One can spend endless lifetimes studying all the religious and philosophical teachings of the world and merely end up confused and discouraged. Seek to "know" not to "know about."
➤ "Know" implies subjective experience;
➤ "know about" means to accumulate facts.
In the end, all facts disappear and there are none to be known. If one realizes that one's own Self is the All of Everything that is, has been, or ever could be, what is left that needs to know? Completeness is, by its very nature, total and finished. Dissolving the Ego, Realizing the Self. Contemplations from the Teachings of David R. Hawkins, M.D., Ph.D., edited by Scott Jeffrey, S. 185, 1st quote, Hay House, August 2011
Nothing has value and means anything.
- Answer: [O]bviously our options are limited by karma. And it also implies what karma means. It means that one is the consequence the history of the entire universe up to this moment. It took the entire history of the universe, to be what it was, through all of time for this very instant as we two sit here and speak together. [...]
Question: And what would it mean, if you had no free will?
Answer: It would mean that all choices are predetermined. Consequently there is no karmic consequence to any action. So, what would that be? That would be spiritual nihilism [LoC 120]. Spiritual nihilism would mean that nothing means anything.' Because nothing would've had a meaning, and no value. And has no karmic consequences or even a merit or demerit. It really would negate the value of existence. So you're looking at the bottom side of Sartre's [LoC 200] philosophy. Sedona Seminar Dialogue, Questions, and Answers, DVD 2 of 3, minute 1:50:35, December 2003
Zitate von anderen Quellen
- [Paraphrasiert] Der Standpunkt des Beobachters bestimmt die Beobachtung (das Beobachtete). Aristoteles [BW 498] (384-322 v. Chr.) altgriechischer Philosoph, Arzt, Wissenschaftler, Frauenhasser, Quelle unbekannt
- Der US-amerikanische Autor Ken Wilber hat "die sieben wichtigsten Übereinstimmungen der immerwährenden Philosophie aller Zeiten, der allermeisten Kulturen, spirituellen Lehren, Philosophien und Länder", folgendermaßen zusammengefasst:
- Der spirituelle GEIST (Gott, die höchste Wirklichkeit, die absolute Seinsheit, die Quelle, das Eine, Brahman, Dharmakaya, Kether, Tao, Allah, Shiva, Jahweh, Aton, Manitu…) existiert.
- Er muss innen gesucht werden.
- Die meisten von uns erkennen diesen GEIST nicht, weil sie in einer Welt der Sünde, Trennung und Dualität leben, in einem Zustand der Gefallenheit und Isolation.
- Es gibt einen Ausweg aus Sünde und Illusion, einen Pfad zur Befreiung.
- Wenn wir diesem Pfad bis ans Ende folgen, finden wir Wiedergeburt oder Erleuchtung, eine direkte Erfahrung des inneren GEISTES, eine letzte Befreiung.
- Diese letzte Befreiung bedeutet das Ende von Sünde und Leiden.
- Sie mündet in mitfühlendes und erbarmendes Handeln für alle Lebewesen.
- Für mathematische Gleichungen gibt es nur zwei Möglichkeiten: sie sind richtig oder falsch. Für Modelle gibt es aber noch eine dritte, nämlich richtig, aber irrelevant. Wolfgang Pauli (1900-1958) österreichischer theoretischer Physiker, Pionier der Quantenphysik, Nobelpreisträger für Physik, 1945, Quelle unbekannt
Quotes by various other sources
Critique on GWB's 'war on terrorism' policy
- You can't have a war on terrorism because that's not a actual enemy, it's an abstract. It's like having a war on dandruff. That war will be eternal and pointless. It's idiotic. That's not a war, it's a slogan. It's a lie. It's advertising, which is the only art form we ever invented in America. And we use it to sell soap, wars and presidential candidates in the same fashion. Gore Vidal [LoC 180] (1925-2012) US American political left advocate, homosexual author, 25. October 2006, reiterated in documentary film Gore Vidal. The United States of Amnesia, 2013
- Everything we hear is an opinion, not a fact. Everything we see is a perspective, not the truth.
- Because a thing seems difficult for you, do not think it impossible for anyone to accomplish.
- Loss is nothing else but change, and change is nature’s delight.
- When you arise in the morning, think of what a precious privilege it is to be alive - to breathe, to think, to enjoy, to love.
- Dwell on the beauty of life. Watch the stars, and see yourself running with them.
- You have power over your mind – not outside events. Realize this, and you will find strength.
- The happiness of your life depends upon the quality of your thoughts.
- Waste no more time arguing about what a good man should be. Be one.
- If you are distressed by anything external, the pain is not due to the thing itself, but to your estimate of it; and this you have the power to revoke at any moment.
- The best revenge is to be unlike him who performed the injury.
- It is not death that a man should fear, but he should fear never beginning to live.
- Our life is what our thoughts make it.
- If someone is able to show me that what I think or do is not right, I will happily change, for I seek the truth, by which no one was ever truly harmed. It is the person who continues in his self-deception and ignorance who is harmed.
- Very little is needed to make a happy life; it is all within yourself in your way of thinking.
- Reject your sense of injury and the injury itself disappears.
- The best revenge is not to be like your enemy.
- Whenever you are about to find fault with someone, ask yourself the following question: What fault of mine most nearly resembles the one I am about to criticize?
- When another blames you or hates you, or people voice similar criticisms, go to their souls, penetrate inside and see what sort of people they are. You will realize that there is no need to be racked with anxiety that they should hold any particular opinion about you.
- The first rule is to keep an untroubled spirit. The second is to look things in the face and know them for what they are.
- Do not act as if you were going to live ten thousand years. Death hangs over you. While you live, while it is in your power, be good.
- How much time he gains who does not look to see what his neighbour says or does or thinks, but only at what he does himself, to make it just and holy.
- "In the life of a man, his time is but a moment, his being an incessant flux, his senses dim rushlight, his body a prey of worms, his soul an unquiet eddy, his fortune dark, and his fame doubtful. In short, all that is of the body is a coursing waters, all that is of the soul as dreams and vapours; life a warfare, a brief sojourning in an alien land; and after repute, oblivion. Where then, can man find the power to guide and guard his steps? In one thing and one alone: the love of knowledge." Epilogue, S. 33
Marcus Aurelius [Work LoC 445] (121-180 AD) Roman Emperor (161-180 AD), last of the Five Good Emperors, important Stoic philosopher, author, Meditations, Penguin Classics, 31. October 2006
- Facts are counterrevolutionary. Eric Hoffer [LoC 505] (1902-1983) US American social writer, philosopher, aphorism
- Ideology is the science of plumbing the depths of idiocy. John Adams [US Founding Father] (1735-1826) US American statesman, diplomat, political theorist, leading champion of the Declaration of Independence [LoC 700/705] (4. Juli 1776), second US president (1797-1801), aphorism
♦◊♦ was not about free speech
[LoC 265 / 235-255 (1995) / LoC 180 (2007/2008)].
♦◊♦ It was not about radical Islam
It was a harbinger of an emerging dystopia
where the wretched
of the earth [LoC 50-60], deprived of resources to survive, devoid of hope
[LoC 475], brutally controlled, belittled and mocked by the privileged who live in the splendor and indolence of the industrial West, lash out in nihilistic fury [LoC 120].We
[the West] have engineered the rage of the dispossessed.
[LoC below 200] of predatory global capitalism
[LoC 340] and empire has spawned the evil of terrorism
[LoC 10-35]. And rather than understand the roots of that rage and attempt to ameliorate it, we have built
◊♦◊ sophisticated mechanisms of security and surveillance,
◊♦◊ passed laws that permit the targeted assassinations
and torture [LoC 10-35] of the weak
◊♦◊ amassed modern armies and the machines of industrial warfare
to dominate the world by force
[LoC below 200].
♦◊♦ This is not about justice
♦◊♦ It is not about the war on terror
♦◊♦ It is not about liberty
[LoC 540] or democracy [LoC 410].
♦◊♦ It is not about the freedom of expression [LoC 265/255/235/180].
It is about the mad scramble by the privileged to survive at the expense of the poor
[LoC 50-60]. And the poor know it. […]
And they expose a grotesque double standard
when it comes to Muslims. In France a Holocaust denier
, or someone who denies the Armenian genocide
, can be imprisoned for a year and forced to pay a $60,000 fine. It is a criminal act in France to mock the Holocaust
the way Charlie Hebdo
mocked Islam. Chris Hedges (*1956) US American journalist, war correspondent, specializing in American and Middle Eastern politics and societies, author, Pulitzer Prize laureate, A Message From the Dispossessed, presented by the progressive US American news website Truthdig, 11. January 2015
- Marcuse [LoC 150] is significant, first, because he helped save Marxism [LoC 130] by divorcing it from its association with economics and applying its tenents to any number of "victim" categories [LoC 130-160]. The worker was erased and in his place came an endless stream of variables: the homosexual, the woman, the black, the immigrant. The enemy was no longer capitalism [LoC 340], but racism [LoC 110-180], sexism, xenophobia, anti-semitism, homophobia, ableism, and a host of other isms [LoC 180] and alleged pathologies. […]
Marcuse did something more pernicious than simply tell a few lies to further a cause. He created a theoretical framework that endorsed double standards and the separation of words from their meanings for the purpose of granting positive connotations to negative practices. This verbal legerdemain created a real-life Newspeak. Daniel J. Flynn, American columnist, author, Intellectual Morons. How Ideology Makes Smart People Fall for Stupid Ideas [LoC 440], Forum, 21. September 2004
Englische Texte – English section on Philosophies
Catch phrases corresponding to various levels of consciousness (LoC)
| Attractor fields, consciousness levels and respective verbal clues|
|1.|| Parasitc|| Survival|| Demonic – Shame, guilt, apathy|| 1-74|| Life sucks!||2%|
|2.|| Predatory||Victimhood|| Satanic – Grief, fear, greed, anger|| 75-174|| My life sucks!|
I don't give a damn!
|3.|| Competitive|| Success|| Luciferic – Pride|| 175-199|| I'm great |
(and you're not)!
|4.|| Symbiotic|| Value team|| Integrous – |
Courage, positivity, good will, acceptance, reason
| 200-499|| We're great |
(and they're not)!
|5.|| Mutational|| Service|| Nonlinear – True love, forgiveness, wisdom|| 500+|| Life is great!||2%|
|6.|| Homo spiritus|| Devotion|| Nondual – Peace|| 600+|| God is (in) ALL life!||0.01%|
Twenty misconceptions of nihilism
| Listing of false nihilist beliefs|
|Lie||Type of nihilism||Statement|
|1|| ||Nihilism is a philosophy.|
|2|| ||Nihilism is a science.|
|3||Existential nihilism||Life has no intrinsic meaning or value.|
|4|| ||Nihilism is based on the objective and scientific principle of "skepticism".|
|5||Moral Nihilism||"Nothing is morally wrong or right."|
|6||Denial of the paradox||"Paradox is an absurdity or error. It does not exist."|
|7||Denial of a Divine Creator||"God is dead".|
|8|| ||The model of science is superior to any hypothesis of the existence of a Divine Creator.|
|9|| ||The universe does not need a Divine Creator to be born or exist.|
|10|| ||Nihilism is not a religious philosophy.|
|11|| ||Nihilism is founded on logic and objective reasoning.|
|12|| ||Nihilism has been tested and proven.|
|13|| ||Nihilism has helped advance human knowledge.|
|14|| ||Nihilism has benefited society.|
|15|| ||Nihilists don’t believe in the existence of a Divine Creator.|
|16|| ||Atheism or secularism is the only logical conclusion.|
|17|| ||Realism is the most just interpretation of rule of law.|
|18||Secularist nihilism||Nihilism is the most equal of all systems.|
|19||Atheism of mind||Psychology has improved the well being of people.|
|20||Nihilism of trade||Economics has improved society.|
| Source: ► Frank O'Collins, Australian philosopher, knowledge architect, developer of open-model of Ucadia systems|
based on historic truth, 20 Greatest Lies of Nihilism, presented by one-evil.org, Ucadia Networks
BW-Werte: Philosophien / Philosophies
BW-Werte: Griechische Philosophen und Denker
- BW 745 – St. Paulus von Tarsus [Saulus von Tarsus vor der Bekehrung] (5-67 n. Chr.) türkisch-griechischer gebildeter, gesetzestreuer jüdischer Pharisäer, christlicher Apostel, Heiliger, Missionar des Urchristentums, erster Theologe der Christentums
- BW 730 [Werk BW 503] – Plotin (205-270 n. Chr.) altgriechischer Philosoph
- BW 540 – Sokrates (469-399 v. Chr.) altgriechischer vorchristlicher Philosoph
- BW 515 – Origenes (184/185-253/254 n. Chr.) alexandrinisch-griechischer christlicher Kirchenvater, Gelehrter, Theologe, Kirchenschriftsteller
- BW 498 – Aristoteles (384-322 v. Chr.) altgriechischer Philosoph, Arzt, Wissenschaftler, Frauenhasser
- BW 490 – Dionysius Areopagita griechischer Beisitzer des Areopags, durch St. Paulus von Tarsus bekehrter erster christlicher Bischof von Athen
- BW 485 – Hippokrates von Kos (~460-~370 v. Chr.) berühmter altgriechischer Arzt im Zeitalter von Perikles, Begründer der wissenschaftlichen Medizin, herausragende Figur der Medizingeschichte, Heiler
- BW 485 – Platon (427-347 v. Chr.) vorchristlicher altgriechischer Philosoph, Begründer der abendländischen Philosophie
- BW 470 – Euripides (480/485/484-406 v. Chr.) griechischer Philosoph, Schriftsteller
- BW 465 – Sophokles (497/496-406/405 v. Chr.) klassischer altgriechischer Tragödiendichter
- BW 460 – Plutarch [Lucius Mestrius Plutarchus] (45/46-120/125 n. Chr.) griechisch-römischer Historiker, Biograph, Schriftsteller, Mittelplatoniker, Priester im Apollontempel in Delphi
- BW 455 – Archimedes von Syrakus (287-212 v. Chr.) altgriechischer Mathematiker, Physiker, Ingenieur
- BW 450 – Galenus von Pergamon [Galen] (129/131-199//216 n. Chr.) griechischstämmiger römischer Arzt, Chirurg, Naturforscher und -philosoph
- BW 440 – Herodot (~484-~424 v. Chr.) antiker griechischer Historiograph, Geograph, Völkerkundler
- BW 440 – Euklid (~365-~300 v. Chr.) griechischer Mathematiker
- BW 430 – Epiktet (~50-~138 n. Chr.) griechischer stoischer Philosoph
- BW 425 – Äschylos [Aischylos] (525-456 v. Chr.) sizilienstämmiger griechischer Tragödiendichter
- BW 420 – Apollonius von Rhodos (295-215 v. Chr.) griechischer Dichter, Gelehrter
- BW 190 – Pythagoras von Samos (~570-495 v. Chr.) vorsokratischer ionisch-altgriechischer Philosoph, Mathematiker, Gründer der religiösen Bewegung Pythagoreismus
- Thales von Milet (624-~546 v. Chr.) altgriechischer Naturphilosoph, Staatsmann, Mathematiker, Astronom, Ingenieur, einer der Sieben Weisen Griechenlands
- Parmenides von Elea (540/535-483/475 v. Chr.) altgriechischer Philosoph, Begründer der Eleatischen Schule
- Heraklit von Ephesos (535/520-475/460 v. Chr.) vorsokratischer altgriechischer Philosoph, Kritiker der oberflächlichen Realitätswahrnehmung und Lebensart
- Pindar (~522/518-445 v. Chr.) altgriechischer lyrischer Dichter, Mitglied des Kanons der neun Lyriker
- Perikles (490-429 v. Chr.) griechischer Staatsmann des antiken Athens, Redner
- Demokrit (~460-370 v. Chr.) altgriechischer vorsokratischer Naturphilosoph
- Xenophon (426-355 v. Chr.) altgriechischer Politiker, Feldherr, Söldner, Händler, Historiker, Schüler von Sokrates, Schriftsteller
- Theophrastos von Eresos (~371-~287 v. Chr.) griechischer Philosoph, Naturforscher, Schüler und Nachfolger von Aristoteles, Leiter der peripatetischen Schule
- Epikur (~341-~270/271 v. Chr.) griechischer Philosoph, Begründer des Epikureismus
- Clemens von Alexandria [Titus Flavius Clemens] (~150-~215 n. Chr.) griechischer Gelehrter in klassischer griechischer Philosophie, konvertierter christlicher Theologe, Kirchenschriftsteller
- Diogenes Laertios (~371-~287 n. Chr.) spätantiker griechischer Philosophiehistoriker, Biograph der griechischen Philosophen
- Georges I. Gurdjeff (1866-1949) griechisch-armenischer Esoteriker, Schriftsteller, Choreograph, Komponist, Lehrer des "Vierten Wegs"
Calibrations LoC (engl.): Philosophies
Positive general philosophies
Sources: Truth vs. Falsehood. How to Tell the Difference, S. 181, 202, 209, 209-210, 225-226, 254, 255, 263, 398 Status ~2004
and [*] Reality, Spirituality and Modern Man, S. 116, 224 Status ~2007
as defined by the US Constitution
- LoC 550 – Social equality [*]
- LoC 540 – Humor
- LoC 540 – "Forgive and surrender to God" (Attitude)
Worldwide noperating ot cross-linked movement oriented to feminine, rightbrained values
Negative general philosophies
Sources: Truth vs. Falsehood. How to Tell the Difference. How to Tell the Difference, S. 181, 202, 209, 209-210, 225-226, 254, 255 and 263 Status ~2004
and [*] Reality, Spirituality and Modern Man, chapter 6 Social Reality and Levels of Truth, S. 116 Status ~2007
- LoC 200 – Social justice doctrine [used for political indoctrination in the United States]
- LoC 195 – Irresponsibility
- LoC 190 – Vanity of the ego
- LoC 190 – Dogooderism
- LoC 190 – Deconstructionism
- LoC 190 – Social justice doctrine [used for political indoctrination in the United States] (Soziale Gerechtigkeit) and
- LoC 190 – Atheistic movement (Ideology)
- LoC 190 – Goddess movement (Ideology)
- LoC 190 – Epistomologic Relativism
- LoC 180-190 – Philosophical relativism
- LoC 185 – Social relativism
- LoC 155 – Ethical relativism = equalizing of integrous and non-integrous
- LoC 185 – Pacifism
- LoC 185 – Feminist politics (Sexism)
- LoC 180 – Materialism [*]
- LoC 180 – Social justice doctrine [used for political indoctrination in the United States]
- LoC 180 – Hedonism (Sexism)
- LoC 180 – Authoritarianism
Generalized dislike, distrust, disgust, contempt, hatred of the human species / human nature
Attacking beliefs, traditional institutions; purporting anarchistic views
- LoC 160-185 – Mechanistic Reductionism [*]
Free speech issues
Sources: Truth vs. Falsehood. How to Tell the Difference, S. 181, 184, 202, 209, 209-210, 225-226, 254, 255 and 263 Status ~2004
John N. Gray (*1948) British political philosopher, formerly professor of European Thought, London School of Economics, author, True Conservatism is a Lost Idea, presented by Australian Broadcasting Corporation at ''Writers Festival, Sydney, 24. May 2008, recorded by the event video production company Fora.tv, 3:39 minutes duration, posted January 2011^]
Sources: Truth vs. Falsehood. How to Tell the Difference, S. 181, 184, 202, 209-210, 225-226, 254, 255 and 263 Status ~2004
- LoC 160 – Birchism
- LoC 160 – Communism
- LoC 150 – Ultra-conservativism
- LoC 145 – Political hate speeches by prominent senior politicians
- LoC 135-195 – Far Left in the United States
- LoC 135-195 – Far Right in the United States
- LoC 135 – Dictatorship
- LoC 125 – Fascism
- Loc 120 – Radicalism
- LoC 100 – Revolutionary
- LoC 100 – Anarchy
- LoC 080 – Public riot
- LoC 080 – Far-Left Radical in the United States
- LoC 080 – Far-Right Radical in the United States
- LoC 050 – Theocratic totalitarianism
Political / economic personalities / influences
Beneficial attitudes – virtues
Sources: Truth vs. Falsehood. How to Tell the Difference, chapter 13, 'Truth: The Pathway to Freedom', S. 251 and 253 Status 2004;
alternatively: Transcending Levels of Consciousness. The Stairway to Enlightenment, S. 179-180 or 181-182, Status 2005
[*] Reality, Spirituality and Modern Man, S. 116 Status ~2007 and others
- LoC 540 – Forgiveness [*]
- LoC 520 – Honor [*]
- LoC 480 – Cooperation [merging in flow]
- LoC 475 – Honesty [*]
- LoC 475 – Personal responsibility [*]
- LoC 475 – Hope
- LoC 465 – Chivalry
- LoC 430 – Wisdom
- LoC 345-435 – Altruism
- LoC 425 – Transparency
- LoC 405 – Golden rule
- LoC 405 – Rationality
- LoC 395 – Happiness
- LoC 390 – Enthusiasm
- LoC 385 – Wisdom
- LoC 365 – Faithfulness
- LoC 365 – Equitability
- LoC 360 – Health
- LoC 345 – Sense of humor
- LoC 345 – Loyalty
- LoC 335 – Gladness
- LoC 305 – Nobility (Ethical)
- LoC 305 – Balance
- LoC 305 – Fairness
- LoC 305 – Respectfulness
- LoC 300 – Sanity
- LoC 300 – Orderliness
- LoC 300 – Normalcy
- LoC 295 – Decency
- LoC 295 – Considerateness
- LoC 295 – Idealism
- LoC 290 – Responsibility
- LoC 290 – Reliability
- LoC 280 – Friendliness
- LoC 280 – Maturity
- LoC 275 – Acceptability (Pleasing)
- LoC 270 – Humility
- LoC 265 – Availability
- LoC 265 – Protectiveness
- LoC 260 – Humaneness
- LoC 255 – Honorable standing
- LoC 255 – Genuineness
- LoC 255 – Patience
- LoC 255 – Nicety
- LoC 255 – Cordialness
- LoC 255 – Contentedness
- LoC 250 – Respectability
- LoC 250 – Calmness
- LoC 255 – Stability
- LoC 250 – Dependability
- LoC 250 – Neutrality
- LoC 245 – Firmness
- LoC 245 – Flexibility
- LoC 245 – Modesty
- LoC 245 – Supportiveness
- LoC 245 – Tolerance
- LoC 245 – Politeness
Ye are the salt of the earth: but if the salt has lost its savor, wherewith shall it be salted? It is thenceforth good for nothing, but to be cast out and trodden under foot of men. Luke 8, 16-18 (NT) and Ye are the light of the world. A city set on a hill cannot be hid. Neither do [men] light a lamp, and put it under the bushel, but on the stand; and it shineth unto all that are in the house. Even so let your light shine before men; that they may see your good works, and glorify your Father who is in heaven. John 8, 12 (NT)
- LoC 240 – Openness
- LoC 240 – Diplomacy
- LoC 240 – "Salt of the Earth"
- LoC 240 – Sensibleness
- LoC 225 – Charitableness, Benignity
- LoC 225 – Positivity
- LoC 225 – Thoughtfulness
- LoC 220 – Helpfulness
- LoC 220 – Kindness
- LoC 220 – Pleasantness, affability
- LoC 210 – Diligence
- LoC 210 – Persistence
- LoC 210 – Lightheartedness (easygoing)
- LoC 205 – Warmness
- LoC 200 – Honesty
- LoC 200 – Morality
- LoC 200 – Work ethics (hard working)
Problematic positionalities / issues
Sources: Truth vs. Falsehood. How to Tell the Difference, S. 202 Status 2004 and others
Annoyance, unpleasant, irritated, distracted mental state
Heated arguments, controversy, discord, jealousy
Disproportionate academic focus on contributions to historical and contemporary Western civilization made by European males
Overt, subversive, inciting, discontent, resistant conduct (speech/organization) tending to insurrection against the established order of a constitution and to lawful authority
Problematic legal positionalities
LoC calibrations (engl.): Greek philosophers and thinkers
- LoC 745 – Paul the Apostle [Saul of Tarsus, Saint Paul] (5-67 AD) most influential Turkish Greek Jewish pharisee, missionary in the early Christian communities across the Roman Empire
- LoC 730 [Work LoC 503] – Plotinus (205-270 AD) Greek philosopher
- LoC 540 – Socrates (469-399 BC) Ancient Greek pre-Christian philosopher
- LoC 515 – Origen (184/185-253/254 AD) early Alexandrian Greek Church Father, scholar, theologian, Church writer
- LoC 498 – Aristotle (384-322 BC) classical Greek pre-Christian philosopher, physician, scientist, misogynist
- LoC 490 – Saint Dionysius the Areopagite Greek judge of the Areopagus, first Christian Bishop of Athens converted by Paul the Apostle
- LoC 485 – Hippocrates of Cos [Father of Western medicine] (~460-~370 BC) ancient Greek physician of the Age of Pericles, outstanding figure in the history of medicine, healer
- LoC 485 – Plato (427-347 BC) Ancient Greek pre-Christian philosopher, founder of the occidental philosophy
- LoC 470 – Euripedes (480/485/484-406 BC) Ancient Greek philosopher, writer
- LoC 465 – Sophocles (497/496-406/405 BC) Ancient Greek tragedian
- LoC 460 – Plutarch [Lucius Mestrius Plutarchus] [LoC 460] (45/46-120/125 AD) Greek-Roman historian, biographer, essayist, Middle Platonist, priest at the temple of Apollon in Delphi
- LoC 455 – Archimedes (~287-212 BC) Ancient Greek mathematician, physicist, engineer
- LoC 450 – Claudius Galenus [Galen of Pergamon] (129/131-199//216 AD) prominent Greek Roman physician, surgeon, researcher, philosopher
- LoC 440 – Herodotus (~484-~424 BC) ancient Greek historician, geographer, ethniticist
- LoC 440 – Euclid (~365-~300 BC) Greek mathematician
- LoC 430 – Epictetus (60-100 AD) Greek stoic philosopher
- LoC 425 – Aeschylus (525/524-456/455 BC) first of the three ancient Greek tragedians
- LoC 420 – Apollonios von Rhodos (295-215 BC) Greek scholar, poet, writer
- LoC 190 – Pythagoras of Samos (~570-495 BC) Ionian Ancient Greek philosopher, mathematician, founder of the religious movement called Pythagoreanism
- Thales of Miletus (624-~546 BC) pre-Socratic Greek philosopher, statesman, mathematician, astronomer, engineer, one of the Seven Sages of Greece
- Parmenides of Elea (540/535-483/475 BC) ancient Greek philosopher, founder of the Eleatic school of philosophy
- Heraclitus of Ephesus (535/520-475/460 BC) pre-Socratic Ancient Greek philosopher
- Pindar (~522/518-445 BC) Ancient Greek lyric poet
- Pericles (490-429 BC) Greek statesman of Ancient Athens, orator
- Democritus (~460-370 BC) Ancient Greek philosopher
- Xenophon (426-355 BC) Greek politician, historian, soldier, mercenary, merchant, student of Socrates, writer
- Theophrastus (~371-287 BC) Greek philosopher, successor to Aristotle in the Peripatetic school, botanist, humorist, naturalist
- Epicurus (~341-~270/271 BC) ancient Greek philosopher, founder of the school of philosophy called Epicureanism
- Clement of Alexandria (150-215 AD) Greek scholar in classical Greek philosophy and literature, converted Christian theologian, Catechetical School of Alexandria
- Diogenes Laërtius (~371-~287 AD) Greek biographer of the Greek philosophers
- George Ivanovich Gurdjieff (1866-1949) Greek Armenian metaphysician, writer, choreograph, composer, spiritual teacher of the "Fourth Way"
Index: Philosophien / Philosophies – Bücher von D. Hawkins
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- Noam Chomsky [BW 135-185] (*1928) US-amerikanischer Professor für Linguistik, Kognitionswissenschaftler, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), sozialer Aktivist, Hybris. Die endgültige Sicherung der globalen Vormachtstellung der USA, Europa, Hamburg, Erstauflage 2003
- Wilhelm Weischedel (1905-1975) deutscher Philosoph, Autor, Die philosophische Hintertreppe. Die großen Philosophen  in Alltag und Denken, Deutscher Taschenbuch Verlag, 2005
- Mortimer Adler [Work LoC 468] (1902-2001) US American philosopher of the Aristotelian and Thomistic traditions, educator, author, How to Think About the Great Ideas. From the Great Books of Western Civilization, Kindle Book, 1980, reprint 4. August 2008
- Aristotle [LoC 498] (384-322 BC) classical Greek pre-Christian philosopher, physician, scientist, misogynist, Joe Sachs, translator, Aristotle's Metaphysics, Green Lion Press, 2nd edition 1. March 1999, Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy, 2001
See: Metaphysics – Aristotle and Metaphysics. Aristotle translated by W. D. Ross, The University of Adelaide, July 2015
Metaphysics is considered the greatest philosophical works.
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