Axiomatic reasoning is a procedure by which an entire system (e.g., a science) is generated in accordance with specified rules by logical deduction from certain basic propositions (axioms or postulates), which in turn are constructed from a few terms taken as primitive. Jnana yoga is axiomatic reasoning Sui generis, the…


From the first inhabitants of Australia, the ancestors of today’s aboriginal people, who embraced a timeless view of nature, in which the present and past are intimately connected, to the modern research into the quantum nature of time, Time remains as an enigma to the thinking humankind. The ancient Greeks…


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“The world’s a puzzle; no need to make sense out of it.” — Socrates

Socrates was probably hinting at the inherent nature of Nature which is beyond the scope of articulation. …


Prudery is a byproduct of civilization. Cavemen cannot be imagined as subject to this subtle vice. They were protected by a natural honesty. Later on, in the progressive development of human life through different phases, sex became taboo. The sacred became contrasted with the profane, in the name of unseen…


When we perceive the external world with our eyes, it assumes the qualities of having form and color. These are the visual images of what is seen. We do not know whether the external world has the forms exactly as we see them or has the colors it seems to…


Relationships are an integral part of our lives. It is the union of two people physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually. Success in this coming together is measured by the happiness and well-being in all aspects of their existence. People often get into trouble with their lopsided attitude and over expectation…


Observers are powerful players in the quantum world. According to the theory, particles can be in several places or states at once — this is called a superposition. But oddly, this is only the case when they aren’t observed. The second you observe a quantum system, it picks a specific…


There is an innate homogeneity in creation. A fetus is born from the combination of sperm and egg of the parents, both of these are a modification of food that came from plants or animals in nature. The same human body is sustained with food and finally dissolves back to…


“The meaning of life is this: that it has no meaning to say that life has no meaning — Niels Bohr”

When Niels Bohr accepted the motto “Contraria sunt Complementa” (contradicting realities are in essence complementary), he was completing one full oscillation of the pendulum of Western Philosophy. …


Aristotle, in his Nicomachean Ethics, takes up the question of the meaning of life. He begins his study by putting the question, “What is it that distinguishes man from the rest of beings, and that determines the meaning of his life?” One thing that separates us from the rest is…

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