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ForstersPhilosophy

ForstersPhilosophy

Hello guys, My name is Thomas and I am a 28 philosopher/traveller and crypto enthusiast. I will mainly be blogging around a project i am slowly working on which is about building a personal mythology to act as a guide to life, but I will also be blogging about metaphysics, consciousness, science and anti-science ;D Religion, spirituality and much more, including trying to mix crypto and philosophy My blogs are usually light hearted and you don't need a philosophical background to understand.


Fake ‘Inclusion’, how progressive thinking is manipulating companies, media or politics to post inclusive ‘images’ that don't represent reality and is damaging the very cause it claims to be helping

12 Nov 2021 1 minute read 0 comments forstersphilosophy

Hello enraged lefties,   Look, inclusion does not count, or help anyone if it is forced and these overly inclusive adverts that have every type of person from every single common identity. Normal white, black person, gay person, trans person, girl wi...

Synchronicity - Revealing A Deterministic Universe

22 Sep 2021 7 minute read 2 comments forstersphilosophy

This is a more casual follow up to a previous essay I wrote. Reading and understanding it is not necessary but it would add depth to this article. The essay can be found here: https://www.publish0x.com/forstersphilosophy/essay-providing-a-new-ontolog...

Philosophy of cryptocurrency part 3 - Privacy and control

15 Jun 2021 3 minute read 0 comments forstersphilosophy

Part two covered cryptocurrency's ability to have us more engaged with our investments. It brings a level of intimacy and rawness into investing with governance allowing us the ability to have a vote in the direction our investments take. This abilit...

Philosophy of cryptocurrency, part 2. How crypto helps us develop an intimate attatchment to our investments

5 Dec 2020 3 minute read 0 comments forstersphilosophy

Please check out part one here https://www.publish0x.com/forstersphilosophy/philosophy-of-crypto-part-1-the-introduction-xmdvjrmThe first post was a very light hearted, tired writing of cryptocurrency. But it touched on an important point. That being...

Essay: Process Buddhism a comparative of Process-Philosophy and Madhyamika Buddhism

5 Dec 2020 12 minute read 4 comments forstersphilosophy

Just a quick thankyou to everyone who viewed my last essay, I got over 200 views which i really did not expect. This essay was actually one I wrote before taking a process view on free will as I started to take a basic understanding of process ph...

ESSAY - Providing a new ontological structure to reframe the freewill debate. A process view.

24 Oct 2020 17 minute read 8 comments forstersphilosophy

This is for the more philosophically inclined. But it is, in my humble opinion, the best essay I have ever wrote. So if there is even one person on here that may find it interesting and engages with it, that' s a win.  In this essay, I will be using...

Human being, or socially constructed entity?

16 Oct 2020 2 minute read 0 comments forstersphilosophy

Are we forever doomed to fulfil the societal, social and working construct that is given to us until we are finally turned into machines to be used by our new a.i overlords!?   So, where are these entities?     Simple examples can be if yo...

Philosophy of..... CRYPTO!!!! Part 1 - The introduction.

14 Oct 2020 4 minute read 0 comments forstersphilosophy

I haven't written in a while because I have been working and labouring is hard work for someone who previously has hardly moved off his ass all day. But not writing builds up a tension so I'm finally getting round to it, although this will be a tired...

Spirituality and religion for the non-believers

3 Oct 2020 3 minute read 5 comments forstersphilosophy

Why should you meditate, or pray or even say thank you for this meal you are about to eat when you don't believe in any sort of higher power or divinity or anything whatsoever. Well a lot of Buddhism would agree with you there, Buddhists do not belie...

Enjoy the small things - staying present.

3 Oct 2020 1 minute read 0 comments forstersphilosophy

  Enjoy the small things   Staying in the present moment is a very cliche thing, but it is really important. Normally people will suggest to you to practice meditation or yoga or breathing techniques or go through various forms of individuation of ps...