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Duality of Philosophy

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Romeo Ibn Montague Al Aytalia
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On one hand, thinking of the past could be argued as useless. And that you shouldn’t bother being in control all of the time. Think of one thing in the past, “Oh why did I do that?!?”. You then feel annoyance & rage.

Think of yourself 5 years from now “could I be a millionaire, will I be okay, will I be a crack addict?” God forbid, but this (arguably) puts you in a bubble of anxiety & fear.






Now here’s an example of the duality & separation in philosophy, where we’re trapped in a situation of which is correct?

Yukio, arguably Modern Japan’s greatest writer makes the point that living only for the moment to moment, present to present. Doesn’t give purpose in the long run, if you don’t think of your future & and life afterwords, you just might not have one.

 
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