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A Quote by Kedar on reason, man, human, humanity, existence, purpose, life, creation, ultimate, philosophy, god, questioner, meaning, vanity, and uqv theory

The reason for human existence is the ultimate philosophical questioner's vanity.

Kedar Joshi

Source: Superultramodern Science and Philosophy

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A Quote by Kedar on life, question, god, man, vanity, philosophy, ontology, existence, paradox, meaning, and uqv theory

Life is a question asked by God about the way he exists.

Kedar Joshi

Source: Superultramodern Science and Philosophy

Contributed by: Kedar

A Quote by Kenneth Smith on philosophy, existence, self, and ego

For the vast majority of humans, to be a "self" means nothing other than to carry their own claustral cardboard-box of dysculture and rhetorical controls and verbal-perspectival poverty around over their heads, so they can be out and about "in" the world without actually having to be "in" it in such a way that they suffer the chaos of it and are exposed to the rawness of it. Idiotia wants always one-way perception or information or intelligence about the world, like the sunshaded stand-apart or alienated loner who tries to observe without being seen or the sniper who picks his shots without himself being exposed to fire; idiotia wants to know without being known, to stripmine the world and other people of what is useful to him but utterly without any reciprocity or just exchange. Ego overwhelmingly is just a way of getting through life untouched, unscathed, uneducated, i.e. with one's virginal infantilism intact; that is ego's most profound and pious mission, and the whole meaning of its ensemble of monadic-isolationist purposes; except for a very few anomalies across an entire population, "ego" is just the commonplace expression for idiotia. "Existence" for the vast majority of humans is more truthfully the buffering virtuality and technology of anesthesia or euphoria that shields them from actual and naked "existence," the kind of life that is "truth"-based (analogous to "fact-based accounting procedures," as opposed to unctuous and subjectivist hypotheticalisms).

Kenneth Smith

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A Quote by Kedar on god, ultimate, question, questioner, philosophy, philosophical, logic, logical, paradox, existence, ontology, and uqv theory

God is the ultimate philosophical questioner, the one who asks the logically paradoxical ultimate philosophical question about the nature of his own existence.

Kedar Joshi

Source: Superultramodern Science and Philosophy

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A Quote by Kedar on question, questioner, existence, ontology, god, man, philosopher, and uqv theory

The question is how the questioner exists.

Kedar Joshi

Source: Superultramodern Science and Philosophy

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A Quote by Adi Sankaracharya on sat-chit-ananda, existence, consciousness, bliss, and self

Thus one should know oneself to be of the nature of Existence-Consciousness-Bliss[Sat-Chit-Ananda].

Adi Sankaracharya

Source: Tattva bodha of Sankaracharya, Pages: 65

Contributed by: Meenakshi

A Quote by unknown on existence, happiness, thought, truth, words, people, and facts

What everyone wants from life is continuous and genuine happiness.

unknown

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A Quote by unknown on change, belief, existence, happiness, inspiration, reason, thought, truth, words, people, and facts

Many people will come in and out of your life that will cause you pain, it is your choice to let them continue

unknown

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A Quote by Sri Aurobindo on existence, problem, and harmony

For all problems of existence are essentially problems of harmony.

Sri Aurobindo

Source: The Future Evolution of Man, Ch.1 'The Human Aspiration' and Mountain Man "http://www.mountainman.com.au/auro_1.html"

Contributed by: Domi333

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