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Greatest Philosophers In History | Albert Camus | Existentialism

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The Four Stoic Virtues | Stoicism as The Art of Living
This episode focuses on the four stoic virtues: courage, justice, temperance, and wisdom. Stoicism is a philosophy most popularly associated with Seneca, Epictetus, and Marcus Aurelius.    The supreme goal being “living in agreement with nature”, allowing us to flow through life smoothly and with inner peace, flourishing as individuals and fulfilling our own human nature, achieving eudaimonia, commonly referred to as “happiness”, although a better translation would be “fulfilment”.    Consider donating to help the podcast stay alive!  ▶ PayPal https://paypal.me/eternalised ▶ Ko-Fi https://ko-fi.com/eternalised  Thanks for your support. It really makes a difference. 📚 Recommended Books   ▶ The Daily Stoic: 366 Meditations on Wisdom, Perseverance, and the Art of Living https://amzn.to/35g784r ▶ Meditations  https://amzn.to/35G2Tzk ▶ A Guide to the Good Life: The Ancient Art of Stoic Joy  https://amzn.to/2RlNFr2 ▶ The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck https://amzn.to/327S5bm ▶ The Obstacle Is the Way  https://amzn.to/337hXTR ▶ How to Think Like a Roman Emperor https://amzn.to/3kaTBzS As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases at no additional cost to you.   Thanks for listening, I appreciate it!   #stoicism #stoic #marcusaurelius
10:00
October 19, 2020
Eastern Philosophy and Nietzsche | Buddhism and Hinduism
There are some good reasons to believe that Nietzsche was interested in Eastern philosophy during his lifetime, especially in Buddhism and Hinduism.     Both Hinduism and Buddhism are of interest to Nietzsche not in themselves, but as alternative positions from which to continue his attack on Christianity.     Although Nietzsche considers these philosophies as nihilistic (wrongly), he does indicate their profundity. It seems that he studied this material closely and appreciated it greatly.   Throughout Nietzsche’s books and notes, he refers to different aspects of Eastern philosophy on more than four hundred occasions, and in several of these he claims to be interested in it.    Consider donating to help the channel stay alive!   ▶ PayPal https://paypal.me/eternalised ▶ Ko-Fi https://ko-fi.com/eternalised  Thanks for your support. It really makes a difference. 📚 Recommended Books ▶ The Dawn of Day/Daybreak  https://amzn.to/319OJDz ▶ Twilight of the Idols  https://amzn.to/3jkdFzA ▶ The Anti-Christ  https://amzn.to/2SclJXb ▶ On the Genealogy of Morals  https://amzn.to/3jj0izq #nietzsche #hinduism #buddhism
16:10
October 15, 2020
Greatest Philosophers In History | Albert Camus | Existentialism
Albert Camus was a prolific French-Algerian philosopher and author who contributed to the rise of the philosophy known as Absurdism. He is also considered to be an existentialist. This video explores his main ideas: The Absurd, Revolt and Rebellion, as well as his most notable works: The Stranger (or The Outsider), The Myth of Sisyphus, The Rebel, The Plague, and The Fall. In the Greatest Philosophers In History series we do an in-depth exploration of the most fundamental ideas and views on life of the greatest philosophers in human history. Consider donating to help the channel stay alive! ▶ PayPal https://paypal.me/eternalised ▶ Ko-Fi https://ko-fi.com/eternalised Thanks for your support. It really makes a difference. 📚 Recommended Books ▶ The Stranger https://amzn.to/33KgLaD ▶ The Myth of Sisyphus https://amzn.to/3jQxA9n ▶ The Rebel https://amzn.to/2GPA21k ▶ The Plague https://amzn.to/2SG5j9L ▶ The Fall https://amzn.to/3lL3JzZ #camus #philosophy #absurdism #sisyphus
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October 10, 2020
Greatest Philosophers In History | Jean Paul Sartre | Existentialism
Jean Paul Sartre is one of the key figures in the philosophy of Existentialism, which emphasises the existence of the individual or human subject who faces existential angst in an apparently absurd world.    This episode explores his main ideas including: Nausea, the Absurdity of the World, Existence precedes Essence, Freedom, Bad Faith and The Look, among others.  Sartre had a great influence on many areas of modern thought. A writer of prodigious brilliance and originality. He worked in many different genres: as a philosopher, a novelist, and a cultural critic.    Sartre is credited for revivifying and popularising Existentialism to the world after it had remained quite stagnant since the death of Danish philosopher Søren Kierkegaard.    Consider donating to help the podcast stay alive!   ▶ PayPal https://paypal.me/eternalised ▶ Ko-Fi https://ko-fi.com/eternalised  Thanks for your support. It really makes a difference.   📚 Recommended Books ▶ Nausea https://amzn.to/32Srwat ▶ Existentialism is a Humanism https://amzn.to/3ckmSoR ▶ Being and Nothingness https://amzn.to/3ckKl9g As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases at no additional cost to you.   Thanks for listening! You are awesome.    #sartre #existentialism #philosophy
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September 22, 2020
Greatest Philosophers In History | Fyodor Dostoevsky | Existentialism
As well as a philosopher, Fyodor Dostoevsky is most popularly known as a Russian novelist. His works explore human psychology in the troubled socio-political atmosphere of 19th century Russia. His novels had a great impact on psychology, especially of people who lose their reason, who are nihilistic, or who become insane or commit murder.  He is considered as one of the greatest psychological novelists in world literature.  His greatest novels include: Notes from The Underground, Crime and Punishment, The Idiot, Demons and The Brothers Karamazov.   Consider donating to help the podcast stay alive! ▶ PayPal https://paypal.me/eternalised ▶ Ko-Fi https://ko-fi.com/eternalised Thanks for your support. It really makes a difference. 📚 Recommended Books ▶ Notes from the Underground https://amzn.to/2DBRXas ▶ Crime and Punishment https://amzn.to/3h2BIks ▶ The Idiot https://amzn.to/3bxKFRK ▶ Demons https://amzn.to/2FexadH ▶ The Brothers Karamazov https://amzn.to/324Kiem As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases at no additional cost to you. Thanks for listening! You are awesome. #dostoevsky #existentialism #philosophy
24:43
September 5, 2020
Greatest Philosophers in History | Soren Kierkegaard | Existentialism
Soren Kierkegaard was a profound and prolific 19th century writer and philosopher in the Danish Golden Age of intellectual and artistic activity. He wrote about how we choose to live and what it means to be alive, centred in the individual or “existing being”. He is regarded as the father of Existentialism. The stress of subjectivity is one of Kierkegaard’s main contributions.  His concept of anxiety or angst is one of the most profound pre-Freudian works of psychology. His most popular work includes the leap of faith, the concept of angst, the three stages on life (aesthetic, ethical, religious), among others.  In the Greatest Philosophers In History series we do an in-depth exploration of the most fundamental ideas and views on life of the greatest philosophers in human history. Consider donating to help the podcast stay alive!  ▶ PayPal https://paypal.me/eternalised ▶ Ko-Fi https://ko-fi.com/eternalised  Thanks for your support. It really makes a difference.   📚 Recommended Books ▶ Either/Or https://amzn.to/33aXgGy ▶ Fear and Trembling https://amzn.to/3jUGhPx #kierkegaard #philosophy #existentialism
21:49
August 20, 2020
Greatest Philosophers In History | Friedrich Nietzsche | Existentialism
In the Greatest Philosophers In History series we do an in-depth exploration of the most fundamental ideas and views on life of the greatest philosophers in human history. Friedrich Nietzsche was a German philosopher of the 19th century. He is regarded as one of the most revolutionary thinkers in Western philosophy and intellectual history. He was a cultural critic of his era, of traditional European morality and religious fundamentalism, especially of Christianity.   Nietzsche shares his views on how he wants us to perceive the world liberating ourselves from oppressive tradition. The main concepts revolve around self-overcoming, perspectivism, human nobility, the will to power, the eternal recurrence, and the overman. ▶ Consider donating to help the podcast stay alive! https://ko-fi.com/eternalised ▶ PayPal https://paypal.me/eternalised ▶ Ko-Fi https://ko-fi.com/eternalised  Thanks for your support. It really makes a difference.   📚 Recommended Books ▶ Thus Spoke Zarathustra https://amzn.to/2F89V55 ▶ Beyond Good and Evil https://amzn.to/2DDjLLL ▶ The Will To Power https://amzn.to/35eLa23 #nietzsche #philosophy #existentialism
22:40
August 8, 2020
The ART of WAR Explained | Sun Tzu
The Art of War is a book attributed to Sun Tzu, who is revered as a legendary historical military figure, as well as a philosopher, and whose real name is Sun Wu.    “The supreme Art of War is to subdue the enemy without fighting” – Sun Tzu.   The Art of War is not only concerned with modern warfare, but also spreads and influences the mindset of people in politics, games, and business. It presents a sort of philosophy, a state of mind or psychology for managing conflicts and winning battles. It is closely tied to the philosophy of Taoism, which follows the Tao or “The Way”.  This short book covers most elegantly the strategies that one ought to bear in mind for the defeat of the enemy. ▶ Buy the Art Of War https://amzn.to/3jJXfkl   ▶ Consider donating to help the podcast stay alive! https://ko-fi.com/eternalised #suntzu #artofwar #theartofwar
11:51
July 28, 2020
1984 Explained | George Orwell
George Orwell depicts what a world could possibly look like under an authoritarian regime in his dystopian novel 1984, coining neologisms such as Big Brother, Thoughtcrime and Doublethink.     Published in 1949, it remains highly influential in popular culture, and you have probably heard about the term Orwellian before.   However, it is often misinterpreted, especially in social media, politics, and news. The term includes the manipulative and deceptive use of language to brainwash and control the society.   It is no wonder that it is the most widely used adjective derived from the name of a modern writer, even more common than Kafkaesque or Machiavellian.   Orwell was a heavy opponent of totalitarian regimes, especially after what had happened in Nazi Germany and Communist Russia.   War is peace. Freedom is slavery. Ignorance is strength.  Who controls the past controls the future. Who controls the present controls the past. ▶ Consider donating to help the podcast stay alive! https://ko-fi.com/eternalised #orwell #bigbrother #orwellian #doublethink
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July 28, 2020
Psychedelics Explained | Revealing The Mind
Psychedelics are the great mystery of mother nature, a way to open a portal and tap into a hidden consciousness. Find out what these mysterious and ancient plants and fungi are, their current role in society, their effects and benefits on the treatment of depression, anxiety and more, as well as their consciousness expanding capability.   “Psychedelics are illegal not because a loving government is concerned that you may jump out of a third story window. Psychedelics are illegal because they dissolve opinion structures and culturally laid down models of behaviour and information processing." - Terrence McKenna   ▶ Consider donating to help the podcast stay alive! https://ko-fi.com/eternalised #psychedelics  #DMT #mushrooms #psychedelic #consciousness
14:00
July 28, 2020
Taoism Explained - The Art of Flow | Lao Tzu
Taoism is a philosophy attributed to Chinese philosopher Lao Tzu. The basic thing in the whole philosophy is the conception of Tao or "The Way", the natural order of the universe which one must discover to realise the potential for wisdom.    And "Wu wei”, meaning “effortless action" or "action-less action", describing a state of flow that is characterised by great ease and awareness, in which, without even trying, we achieve perfect harmony and perfect knowledge of the current situation.   ▶ Consider donating to help the podcast stay alive! https://ko-fi.com/eternalised #Tao #LaoTzu #Taoism
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July 28, 2020
Shadow Jungian Archetype in 10 Minutes
Everyone carries a shadow. Find out how to discover and integrate your shadow, unleash your potential: your authenticity, creativity, energy, and personal awakening. The shadow can be described as the unknown dark side of the personality. The shadow forms part of a projection, you deny the existence of all the things you despise in yourself, while attributing them to others. So, whatever qualities we deny in ourselves, we see in others.   The shadow is a moral problem that challenges your ego, it affects you in the deepest roots of your personality. To become conscious of it, you must recognise the dark aspects of your personality as present and real.  That is how you can achieve becoming a better version of yourself, with the integration those elements of your psyche that have been repressed and have thus, formed your shadow. Which can be mitigated through shadow-work.   ▶ Consider donating to help the podcast stay alive! https://ko-fi.com/eternalised #shadow #psychology #carljung #shadowwork
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July 28, 2020
Jungian Archetypes In 10 Minutes
This video focuses on what are regarded as the four major Jungian Archetypes: The Self, the Persona, the Shadow, and the Anima/Animus.  Few people have had as much influence on modern psychology as Carl Jung.  He was a practicing psychiatrist and is regarded as the founder of analytical psychology or Jungian analysis.  Jung’s analytical psychology essentially gave birth to the empirical science of the psyche, which culminated in his magnum opus the “Collected Works”, written over a period of 60 years during his lifetime.  Jung distinguishes our psyche into three different realms: consciousness, the personal unconscious, and the collective unconscious.   ▶ Consider donating to help the podcast stay alive! https://ko-fi.com/eternalised #carljung #jung #archetypes
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July 28, 2020
How To Practice Stoicism in Daily Life | Modern Stoic
Stoicism is unlike any other philosophy in the world. A pragmatic philosophy that has gained rapid popularity in modern times. It teaches self-control and fortitude as a means for overcoming destructive emotions.   A big challenge in today's highly technological era is people seeking attention, feeling ashamed or lack self confidence.    This ancient philosophy, teaches you, among many other things, to stop caring about what others think of you. Understanding that it's not what others think that troubles us, but rather our thoughts on what people think about us. ▶ Consider donating to help the podcast stay alive! https://ko-fi.com/eternalised #stoicism #stoic #philosophy #realism #pragmatism    Music used: "Steffen Daum - Awakening" is under a creative commons music license (CC BY 3.0)  Music promoted by BreakingCopyright: https://youtu.be/6lWNCilZo1A
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July 28, 2020