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Karma (16 Sites, 70 Hits) 07/24/2001 web85
Karma is an Eastern philosophy; a principle, that for every turn of the mind-body complex and every action in the external world there must be an inevitable consequence. The purpose of this web ring is to provide information about karma.


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Critical Realism/metaReality WebRing & Forum (5 Sites, 87 Hits) 01/01/2012 mfoster
In Ram Roy Bhaskar's cosmic envelope (meta-Reality),


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Arts and Humanities (5 Sites, 269 Hits) 02/09/2002 fineyoungsocialist
social theory, metaphysics, esthetics: 2003-ca. 2015

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The Philosophers & Artists Webring (130 Sites, 376 Hits) 05/09/2002 lilithezine
The hottest philosophers, thinkers and artists online. Avant garde art, essays, music and controversial topics. Whipsmart activists, feminists, environmentalists, social theorists. If you write or do artwork about something that is controversial and needs to be protested for a good cause, join us. Anarchists, modern and post-modern philosophers welcome. - - - - - Anything about contemporary world events is also welcome. Discussion is the important thing.

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The Philosophers & Thinkers Webring (134 Sites, 73 Hits) 04/30/2002 lilithezine
Are you a thinker or a drone? A drone is someone who doesn't think, they go to work, the follow the crowd, they do brainless activities. They are sheep. So what are you? Are you a thinker? Or do you follow the crowd of sheep/drones and do whatever everyone else does? Does your heart/brain go to the beat of a different drum? So be it, you're a thinker. You're original. You're unique. You stand out in the crowd and are proud of it. This is not elitism on our part. We just like using our brains instead of thinking with our hormones.

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Mythos & Logos (22 Sites, 320 Hits) 09/06/1998 theodora_maffat
The Mythos and Logos Webring is for sites about mind and soul; unity and diversity; and science and religion. Site topics include global mythology, world religion, Jungian analysis, cultural anthropology, folklore, philosophy, art, literature and history.

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Philosophy (11 Sites, 148 Hits) 03/19/2002 pagetv
PHILOSOPHY: The webring name pretty much says it all: Philosophy. All types. Sites about philosophy, or sites featuring a predominant philosophy.

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A_Ring of Truth (40 Sites, 657 Hits) 12/31/1996 opossumsal1

Ring of Truth (rot) deals with human evolution, observation and perception. Are we alone? What is our origin? Is there a destiny? Why should we not consider that Sciences, Philosophies, Myths and Religions, all lead to ONE thing? Should we tolerate the abuse of religious power to control society? Ring members are expected to sustain their claims by facts or rational explanations. You may find some of these pages quite offensive or bizarre, all are interesting nonetheless.


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Spiritual Rebirth vs. Church Doctrine (11 Sites, 84 Hits) 11/10/2002 system2
Jesus said you must be born again to enter the Kingdom. Nowhere in the Bible does it remotely suggest that present-day born again Christians who are as a fetus in relation to a true disciple of Christ have fulfilled this requirement. We are an embryonic image of our pre-existent soul, and we must experience the next stage of birth by merging the male/female forces of Creation within our own mind and being. We do this by picking up our cross and following in TheWay!

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Thinkers (11 Sites, 104 Hits) 04/28/1998 genessa

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Find in this ring philosophical, thoughtful, analytical, perspicaceous cogitations on a wide variety of topics.  Think, thank, thunk!  Pictured (as if you didn't know):  one of the 25 castings of the enlarged version of a thoughtful sculpture, "The Thinker" ("Le Penseur") by François-Auguste-René Rodin (November 12, 1840 – November 17, 1917) this one located outside the California Palace of the Legion of Honor, San Francisco, California and photographed October 2008 by German Wikipedia user Andreas Praefcke (1974- ).




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