Being and Non-Being part 12

By Peter Worman We continue our investigation into being and not being, the corresponding subject of movement and rest and in the process, to fully understand the role of the Sophist and the Philosopher. Furthermore, we will also consider the division of things to see how one form pervading a scattered multitude, and many different […]

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The Only Time for Opportunity

Reprinted with permission from Wisdom Works We are so busy preparing for some other time that what the present offers is often left unrecognised, ignored. This is of course an obvious form of ignoring. It is, however, much practised. Logic tells us, however, that the future never comes. You can’t reach out into the future […]

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Memories of the Early Years of Saturday School – Part 3

By Diana Himsworth Mr Graham Moore had taken over the leadership of the School of Philosophy. He had, for sometime, been mulling over starting a St James School in Durban. There was already a St James School in Johannesburg. One Saturday morning he asked if I would stand down so that Anisha Ramlaul, ‘a philosopher […]

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Being and Non Being Part 11

Many who might read this discussion on being or not-being or about movement and rest, might wonder why anyone would even bother with such a discussion. It would thus be prudent to consider why these topics are discussed at such length and what value they confer. At all times in history, certain people have become […]

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Importance of Stability in the Family

  An ancient Chinese philosophy sums up the possibilities for the individual, the nation and humanity by emphasizing the importance of the stability in the family.   If there is righteousness in the heart, there will be beauty of character.   If there is beauty of character, there will be harmony in the home.   […]

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