Philosophy and Psychology

Philosophy and Psychology are two different areas of knowledge. However, they often share a common background. Authors such as Carl Jung, practices such as Buddhism, and Eastern Philosophy are some of the things that you’ll find out about in this section.

Zazen Practice – The Secret of Zen

Zazen practice didn’t reach Western culture until the beginning of the 20th century. It entered this society through our appreciation of martial arts and Japanese-style gardens. What exactly is zazen practice? The foundation of zazen practice is meditation in the…

Humans and Mortality

Humans are the only species that understand that there’s a finite end to life. Humans even created an entire discipline to study the finite nature of man, called philosophy. We spend a lot of time reflecting on death. It seems…

Achieving Nirvana: The State of Freedom

Nirvana is considered a state of freedom from suffering or dukkha and part of the rebirth cycle in Śramaṇa philosophy. It’s one of the most important concepts in Buddhism, Jainism, and Hinduism. Different spiritual practices or techniques help people achieve nirvana.…

The Straw Man Fallacy

Arguing with some people can be very nerve-racking. Instead of using rational arguments or sticking to the facts, sometimes your opponent might use disingenuous claims or appeal to emotions instead of reason. Some people also resort to the straw man…