The word philosophy comes us from the Greek and means “love of wisdom” (in the beginning the word wisdom, sophia, seem to have indicated initially a know-how, a skill, a success). Obviously, the concept of wisdom (the idea that one is done some) varies according to the individuals, the times, the places and the mediums. From where multiplicity of the philosophical models, the questions which one is posed and the answers which one brings. Here we will not be able to deal with all, we will be satisfied with what appears vital to us for our time.
As of its origin, the thought of human was marked by alternation of the day and the night and by the lunar cycles, the moon being in fact the light which shines in darkness. The Lights of Philosophy are the thoughts of Wise which preceded us. They thus include the philosophy of the Lights as a movement of ideas generated by several thinkers - each one having its own designs, which are common such as the principle of autonomy of the reason and the idea of progress. They as well include the thoughts of the chamanes of prehistory, difficult thoughts of access because victims of the great religions and the prejudices of the “modern” man against the man known as “primitive”.

Philosophy of life.

The thirst of learning always dwell within me,
as a carefree butterfly I went from flower in flower.
Like Jonathan Livingstone the Seagull
utility does not matter for me
as the bee I put all my energy
to draw honey from it from the knowledge.
Then the trustful child made place with the being wary adult
I was always believer but never plugs
also when the doubt emerges,
my conscience is seized some as of a weapon
against the duplicity and the frauds of the men.

I missed wise close to me
to advise me and shoulder me
and if I overcame the tragedies of my existence
I was not carried out yet
but I know that as long as there is life
there is hope and which it is never too late
for making well.

“Discover what you would like to do
and do all your possible to reach it.”
Preface of Jonathan Livingstone the seagull
of Richard Bach

“My brothers! Jonathan exclaimed. Thousand years during, we played of the wings and the nozzle to collect fish heads, but from now on we have a reason to live: to learn, discover, be free! ”

The seagull which sees further flies highest.
Extracts of Jonathan Livingstone the seagull of Richard Bach

The doubt is the courage of the conscience (Jean Bédard)

My experiment says to me that only let themselves call and sharpen
the consciences which are already waked up themselves (Hermann Hesse)

At the end of any knowledge and of any increase in our knowledge,
there are not a final point, but a question mark. (Hermann Hesse)

cherchez les liens dans l'imageSeek the bonds in the image Knowledge
“Know yourself” taught Socrate, it is fundamental knowledge. It is necessary that it is comprehensible by the greatest number. Fertile knowledge is that which is acquired with through the comprehension of the thought of the other, it generates the tolerance and decreases the share of indexiality inherent in the dialog. But intelligent knowledge, it is to know what mask your knowledge: the acquisition of knowledge must be carried out with a critical spirit in order to thwart trickeries related on the attraction of the power and the abuse oneself.

Thus I observed the world which surrounds me since my more tender childhood, thus I followed my studies of theology and which I carried out of research in theology, history of the religions and policy.

I am not a researcher with the scientific direction but simple human in search of an ideal of life for a better world. 

As for the definition of the “ideal” term to the direction where I hear it I return to TLFi
Ideal (substantive) B.2. - Together of the intellectual values, morals, esthetics in opposition to the particular material interests. To aspire to the ideal; to rise, tend towards the ideal; taste, research of the ideal. The serious class and well-read woman, who practices the duty, work, the thought and preserve the worship of the ideal (AMIEL, Journal, 1866, p. 541):

The Action
In order not to sink in the indifference of the speeches as erudite as inaccessible even useless, philosophy must be an art of living, only or with the others. There exist two principal driving forces of the action: hatred and Love. Love led to live in harmony with Nature from the point of view of evolution towards a constructive sympathy and the research of Happiness to all the living beings before and as much as for oneself. In order to give a practical range to our values we will consider the question of the policy.

The synthesis
The synthesis is the axis of the formed engine torque by the alliance of knowledge and the action.
ying yang



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