Defying your sense of morality since 1994.

visual-poetry:

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visual-poetry:

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iamnothingami:

lamala:

That’s the face of evil. EVIL, I TELL YOU!!! D:

We are all born Atheists, until our parents indoctrinate us with religion, because there is no other way for them to explain moral issues. Appreciated, but twisted.

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iamnothingami:

lamala:

That’s the face of evil. EVIL, I TELL YOU!!! D:

We are all born Atheists, until our parents indoctrinate us with religion, because there is no other way for them to explain moral issues. Appreciated, but twisted.

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iamnothingami:

ourendisnigh:

Posted on weheartit.com by Anne T.

You can clearly see that Nietzsche doesn’t enjoy it, haha. Is he the next rising “badboy” icon of the youth, after Che Guevara?

Nietzsche. ♥

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iamnothingami:

ourendisnigh:

Posted on weheartit.com by Anne T.

You can clearly see that Nietzsche doesn’t enjoy it, haha. Is he the next rising “badboy” icon of the youth, after Che Guevara?

Nietzsche. 

"Great philosophers influence great artists. Great artists influence the people. The people influence the thoughts of philosophers, who would someday become great, and the cycle of human thinking and expression goes on and on. All for the advancement of the human race."

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Just a thought.

@modern-prometheus: Of course, philosophers influence a wide variety of people. I was just trying to emphasize the intertwined roles of the artists and philosophers. Artists tend to have roles that make ordinary people understand (philosophical) things that are not normally within the realm of their discourse. There have been many instances in history where art and philosophy are intertwined; one good example I think would be the Greeks. Philosophers also tend to create their roles wherein they reflect about the present state of humanity, its society etc. In turn, their philosophical ramblings would be the source of inspiration for many budding artists, and it just goes on and on.

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iamnothingami:

Complementary opposites instead of conflicting dualities is a good way to put it in perspective.
PS: Now don’t get me started on social constructionism, haha.

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iamnothingami:

Complementary opposites instead of conflicting dualities is a good way to put it in perspective.

PS: Now don’t get me started on social constructionism, haha.

iamnothingami:

Now I see a correlation between atheists and internet junkies, haha.

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iamnothingami:

Now I see a correlation between atheists and internet junkies, haha.

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shitigotbanned:

Jesus is watching you, and He’s very happy with what He’s seeing.

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shitigotbanned:

Jesus is watching you, and He’s very happy with what He’s seeing.

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iamnothingami:

brokensoles:

U mad? Cuz I’m stylin’ on your baseless doctrines?

His epic mustache is the source of his awesomeness, haha.

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iamnothingami:

brokensoles:

U mad? Cuz I’m stylin’ on your baseless doctrines?

His epic mustache is the source of his awesomeness, haha.

iamnothingami:

500daysofseason:

Break out of the jail.

I hope that someday this guy doesn’t lug around the whole computer too, if you know what I mean.

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iamnothingami:

500daysofseason:

Break out of the jail.

I hope that someday this guy doesn’t lug around the whole computer too, if you know what I mean.

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