Category Archives: Signatore

Utopia

Woodcut by Ambrosius Holbein for a 1518 edition of Utopia. The lower left-hand corner shows the traveler Raphael Hythlodaeus, describing the island. Utopia (pronounced /juːˈtoʊpiə/) is a name for an ideal community or society possessing a seemingly perfect socio–politico–legal system.[1] … Continue reading

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The Dance to Truth

While searching for familiarity on the terminology of Phenomenology, the greater question settled on my mind as to what Nature itself means. Undoubtedly we have no questions to ask which are unanswerable. We must trust the perfection of the creation … Continue reading

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Raphael’s Dissertation on Age and Youth?

School of Athens by Raphael In center, while Plato – with the philosophy of the ideas and theoretical models, he indicates the sky, Aristotle – considered the father of Science, with the philosophy of the forms and the observation of … Continue reading

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Factoids and Censorship

Often taking the time to absorbed the full perspective of the writer is just as much an effort as it is to understand the nature and understanding of research and information development about a topic. Where that writer leaves off. … Continue reading

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Housebuilding

It all start off as “a dream” or “an idea.” Where do these come from? Dialogos of Eide This is the house similar to what we will be constructing, with some modifications of course. Most know of my time helping … Continue reading

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Hermetic Ties: Art to Esoteric Form

The father of all perfection in the whole world is here. Its force or power is entire if it be converted into Earth. Separate the Earth from the Fire, the subtle from the gross, sweetly with great industry. It ascends … Continue reading

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Whose who, in the School of Athens

I was over visiting Clifford’s blog called Asymptotia this morning and notice a blog entry called, Heretics of Alexandria. Of course, what first came to mind is the “Library of Alexandria.” Clifford writes and paraphrases: This full length drama, set … Continue reading

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Objective Truth?

Mark: you can tell has a real thirst to get her mind around the issues, and who isn’t looking for a sound bite to take the place of a complicated story There is no doubt in my mind that KC … Continue reading

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