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Fiat Empire - Why the Federal Reserve Violates the U.S. Constitution (Full Length) 58:54
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Fiat Empire - Why the Federal Reserve Violates the U.S. Constitution (Full Length)

fungitron hace 3 meses 45

Fiat Empire - This documentary with RON PAUL, G. EDWARD GRIFFIN, EDWIN VIEIRA and TED BAEHR is an excellent primer for the citizen who wants to get an understanding of how money is created and why the U.S. government is in partnership with the elite banks.
Terence McKenna - History Ends in Green - 1/3 1:52:36
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Terence McKenna - History Ends in Green - 1/3

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Recorded in 1990.
Documentary: George Orwell - A Life in Pictures 1:28:34
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Documentary: George Orwell - A Life in Pictures

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classic documentary on one of my favorite authors.
#2 Individual Truth (Rudolf Steiner) 03:31
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#2 Individual Truth (Rudolf Steiner)

tompof hace 5 meses 91

http://www.philosophyoffreedom.com/ Free online Study Course #2 INDIVIDUAL TRUTH We live in the age of individuality. Yet, many still flaunt their conformity. Conformity in life and in truth. Others strive to arrange their life in the way of the principles of individualism. Individualists are free in life. And individualists are also free in truth. Individualists seek truth in the depths of human nature. There are two well known paths to truth. One way is to seek truth in the outer world. The other way is to seek truth within. It is inner truth that is most useful today. Inner truth appears within. Inner truth is individual truth. Here are some principles that explain the value of individual Truth. POWER OF CONVICTION Today, if I am to be convinced of something, I must recognize it in my own inner life as truth. A truth that comes from the outside brings uncertainty. Only inner truth can give the individual the power of conviction. PERSONAL GOALS Ones talents are weakened when confused by riddles. Ones talents are weakened when tormented by doubts. Inner truth gives the individual the certainty and clarity to set personal goals of action. UNDERSTANDABLE TRUTH We no longer want to believe; we want to know. Belief demands the acceptance of truths that we do not fully understand. The only knowledge that satisfies springs from the inner life. We want to act out of knowledge. SELF-DIRECTED LEARNING We do not want a knowledge bound in academic rules and preserved forever in reference books. We have a right to start from our own experience, and from there advance to knowledge of the whole universe. Each of us strives for knowledge in our own way. INTELLECTUAL CURIOSITY Facts of knowledge should not be crammed into students. The students capacities should be developed so they want to understand. These are the principles of individual truth. This is what freedom looks like. http://www.philosophyoffreedom.com/
#2 Rudolf Steiner Game Show 07:47
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#2 Rudolf Steiner Game Show

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Go to http://www.philosophyoffreedom.com for discussion and study course about Rudolf Steiner.
#1 Rudolf Steiner Game Show 07:13
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#1 Rudolf Steiner Game Show

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Go to http://www.philosophyoffreedom.com for discussion and study course about Rudolf Steiner.
Rudolf Steiner: The Invention Of God And Religion 04:55
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Rudolf Steiner: The Invention Of God And Religion

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Go to http://www.philosophyoffreedom.com for the free online Rudolf Steiner Study Course. The existence of a divine world order is a creation of the human mind, but this fact is not clear to the human being. He does not recognize that the content of this spiritual world order has sprung from his own mind. He invents gods in his own image and lets the world be ruled by them. The truth is that he projects his inner nature into the outer world, and then subordinates himself to this, his own creation. One finds countless people who believe they are governed by gods. Yet, there are no believers who do not independently and over the heads of the gods, judge what pleases or displeases, these gods. It would not be acceptable for a religious person to set himself up as the lord of the world. But this does not stop him from determining, out of his own absolute power, the likes and dislikes of the god who rules the world. "We will not live by your commandments, we are free." Moses: "There is no freedom without the law." "Whose law Moses, yours? Did you carve those tablets to become a prince over us?" Moses: "Who is on the Lords side, let him come to me." One need only look at the character of the religious, and one will find my assertions confirmed. Is there anyone who proclaims the existence of god and does not, at the same time determine in quite exact detail what pleases god and what god finds repugnant? Every religion has its wise teachings about the cosmos, and each religion also claims that its wisdom comes from one or more gods. If one wants to characterize the standpoint of the religious person one must say: He seeks to judge the world out of himself, but he lacks the courage to take responsibility for this judgment. So he invents spiritual beings outside himself that he can saddle with this responsibility. Such considerations seem to me to answer the question: What is religion? The content of religion springs from the
The Evolution Of Free Will 09:39
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The Evolution Of Free Will

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A free, philosophy of freedom study course at philosophyoffreedom.com. Guest 1: The Freedom Of Indifferent Choice The Freedom Of Indifferent Choice is the ability to make a neutral choice between two possible courses of action. Guest 2: The Freedom Of Choice When I make a choice I am not indifferent or impartial at all. I make choices according to what I really want. Guest 3: Free Expression Of Ones Nature For me freedom is not about choices, it is about a necessity, a necessity to express who I am. I have my own unique nature formed by my roots and life history. Guest 4: Free Expression Of Ones Character My nature consists of many traits, some of those character traits are better than others. By developing character I improve my conduct by freeing myself from outer influences. Guest 5: Action The Result Of A Conscious Motive A voluntary action is the result of a conscious motive. An action is not free if it is the result of an unconscious urge of human nature or if it was implanted in us during youth for the sake of character development. Free action is the result of a conscious motive that I recognize and understand. Guest 6: Free When Controlled By Reason I am free when I use the power of reason to reach my goals. Rational thought gives me the freedom to determine my actions according to clear, and precise goals. Host: But cant you rationalize any action? Reason can be more than rationality, it can be holistic, it can bring the many parts into a unified whole. Broad-minded reasoning will include ethical questions such as the consequences of your action. Guest 7: Free To Do What You Want Excuse me. Whether or not you will actually achieve success, likely wont depend on your goals. The ability to do what ever you want is determined by your external circumstances. Host: I think you are both missing the point of what individual freedom really is. It is about free thinking, not ones outer place in life. The question is not whether I am able to carry out a decision t
Escándalo un Obispo de Vacaciones con una Mujer 03:41
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Escándalo un Obispo de Vacaciones con una Mujer

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Principles Of Individualism: Truth 06:19
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Principles Of Individualism: Truth

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Go to http://www.philosophyoffreedom.com for the free online Rudolf Steiner Study Course. In our age of individualism, truth is sought in the depths of human nature. There are two well known paths to truth, seeking truth in outer life, and seeking truth within. Empiricism gains knowledge by observing the outer world, and Reason gains knowledge by thinking the inner world of concepts. Reason raises knowledge from the sense perceptible level to the conceptual level. The inner path of Reason is more suited to our present age of individualism. Today, if I am to be convinced of something, I must recognize it to be true in my own inner life. A truth that comes from the outside will always bring skepticism. Only inner truth can give the individual the power of conviction. Ones talents are weakened when tormented by doubts. If baffled by a world of riddles, an individual can find no direction for his creative action. It is no longer enough to merely believe; we want to know. Faith demands the acceptance of truths that we do not fully understand. The only knowledge that satisfies does not submit to an external norm, but springs from the inner life as insight. We do not want a knowledge bound in academic rules and preserved in reference books valid for all time. As individuals, we have a right to start from our own personal experience, and from there advance to knowledge of the whole universe. We strive after certainty in knowledge, but each in his own way. Facts of knowledge should not be crammed into students, rather, the students capacities should be developed so understanding arises from within. We do not expect agreement or acceptance from anyone who is not moved to a certain view by his own insight. I know there is a widespread tendency to flaunt a life style that strives for status and lacks any individuality. But I also know that many try to conduct their life in the direction described here. Rudolf Steiner dedicated his book the "Philosophy OF F

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