Rajgopal Nidamboor
The writer is a physician and a doctorate in philosophical literature
My Stories
Nothing matters, yet it does

Most people today, as in the past, are, or were, often content with moral relativism.

Nothing matters, yet it does

Most people today, as in the past, are, or were, often content with moral relativism.

The self, the ego and the truth

Philosophers have, for long, articulated that the “self” resides and exists in the present, while enduring innumerable physical and emotional changes.

What you think is what you are

Most ancient philosophers alluded to intuition as being the ticket for direct access. The big question also remained constant: intuition for what?

Yes, of course, you can beat that stress

Stress is omnipresent — it is a part of our existence. It is also akin to the fire alarm that goes off when it senses a threat or a potential hazard.

Life is a dance of light and shadow

For Long it was believed that the lunar phases were central to the moon, not the sun.

More than a matter of heart and mind

In times long gone by, the heart was evidenced to be responsible for all our thoughts and feelings.

When your intent matters the most

It is rightly said that our routine thinking and theorising relates to our propositional attitudes.

Mind to mend your emotions

Psychologist Carl Gustav Jung articulated that the most intense conflicts, if overcome, leave behind a sense of security and calm that is not easily disturbed.

Philosophical maxim of quantum leap

Philosopher Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, who was far ahead of his time, always had the last word on it. That which cannot be improved upon, or factual, is already theory.

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