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The Truth through Philosophy

May 9, 2014

I have decided to give a short presentation that illuminates many of the same ideas I have been presenting in my blog not in my own words, but directly from scholarly works on philosophy, so you can see for yourself what was written.


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conquest of nature


The next image shows Machiavelli’s theory presenting an analogy for channeling thoughts, perceptions and actions, “passions and emotions” it says in the text. I spoke about these in my previous posts about human herding.




The next two images are a continuation, so read the top of the second image for the completion of the thought at the end of the first.


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The first book captured above was Reading Leo Strauss: Politics, Philosophy, Judaisim – by Steven B. Smith, published by University of Chicago Press

The second book captured above was Between Two Eternities: On the Tradition of Political Philosophy – by Gregory B. Smith. Gregory B Smith, he is a professor at Trinity College, he is a Strauss scholar and has also been published by University of Chicago Press.


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