"Hearty congratulations to Dr. Adhikari! This thesis, I am sure, will serve as a wonderful confluence of the influences of both eastern and western classical thoughts on fear and punishment via fearist and fearlessness perspectives. Best wishes!"
"Yes Michael! Bogun's piece reminds us of a quote, attributed to Churchill that we should never let a good crisis go to waste. Corollary to it is Einstein's optimistic assertion that every crisis holds opportunities. Crisis invariably involves…"
"Congratulations Michael! Nothing is more satisfying to a seeker than pursuing a pet subject that deals with the mysterious riddles of magnificent life. The quest for truth in the unexplored cosmos of fear-fearlessness continuum has always been so…"
"The Capitol Hill attack reminds me of Indian Parliament attack of 2001 in New Delhi. The main difference between the two events is that the culprits in the former incident are reportedly supporters of a political party and in the case of the latter,…"
"I think Michael that you have touched the core of one of the most mysterious dilemmas of humankind- hope. Truly it drives the minds in confusing yet believable manner. Most of its outcomes end in tragic despairs, only to be fortified by hope again.…"
"Yes .. your slogan is astounding in a positive way.
I agree with your opinion that 'existence' is nothing but actualising freedom so as to create something good from the conditions that are already there, but not ex nihilo. Your assertion that…"
"It is quite an astounding idea to sloganeer as 'through the capability of freedom, man is forced to go to root ....'
Now the issue focuses on how to be capable of exercising freedom. Human life is as such ridden with instinctual compulsions like…"
I agree with Michael Fisher and Jha in their observation that the thinkers of olden days didn’t seem to utilise sufficiently fear element to navigate through the issues of life and living in the society even though they paid heed to fearlessness in…
"Yes, I agree that we can see two different approaches to world ie scientific and existential. If we replace world with life itself, we can as well apply both the approaches to life. Scientific approach is like leading life through mind ( logic,…"
"I think, Rafael, that Sartre's and Jaspers' existence is almost similar but they seem to differ in later part ie Sartre's essence and Jaspers' existenz. Rather here, I see Jaspers's model is reminding me of Freudian triad of id (instinctual), ego…"
"What you say is true ... Marx didn't talk about existence but it is implied. His view of exploitation and surplus value refer to the fact that the worker is left with minimum wages that could merely sustain his survival and the difference value of…"
"True.. as you said, though Sartre was a great fan of Marxism, his subsequent metaphysical ideas might have proved detrimental to orthodox communism in the sense that Sartre emphasised on individual freedom and responsibility whereas communism aimed…"