The Thirty Theses ~ Jason Godesky

Sometimes you wish, you wish that you had not questioned so much. For once pulled off, the veil of ignorance is a difficult one to put back. Only two choices then remain, either to live a dual life, with the truth gnawing at your insides while you smile and wave at those around you. Or, you could stand your ground in which case you will be stripped and you will be stabbed, the un-initiated are a most foul lot indeed and your insides will be put up for display at the town square.

But then on the other hand there is quite nothing like freedom.

The individual has always had to struggle to keep from being overwhelmed by the tribe. If you try it, you will be lonely often, and sometimes frightened. But no price is too high to pay for the privilege of owning yourself. ~ Friedrich Nietzsche ~ Wikipedia

So, venture forth boldly and hope that Wolfgang was right and mighty forces come to your aid 😉

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This is the first organized piece of text that I came across in early 2008 that practically demolished the world view that I held at that time. I had suspected till that point that much was not quite right about the world that I lived in and this was where face behind the mask started to come into focus.

The Thirty Thesis ~ [Full Content Here]

Below is a quick hook to what, The Thirty Thesis is all about. Quoted from the link above, so you might want to proceed there directly.

What are these?

We all have basic assumptions about the world, human nature, and the relationship between the two. We are taught certain perspectives as children, and this recieved wisdom forms the common ground for communication. Ultimately, when we see the whole picture, our major disagreements are squabbles over details. Should gays be allowed to marry? We assume here a common understanding of what “marriage” means. Should we raise or lower taxes? We assume the legitimacy of government, and of taxes at all!

What happens when the disagreement occurs at an even more basic level? Like, whether or not our civilization is even a good thing?

The case is complex, but in truth no more complex than our “common ground” of unexamined, recieved wisdom. In many cases, it is much less complex. But it is different. Since forming these ideas, I have faced an increasing obstacle in communication. Unspoken, differing assumptions force me routinely to return to the same arguments again and again. So I resolved some time ago to crystalize my philosophy into a single, comprehensive work, which could from a base for further communication.

The Thirty Thesis ~ [Full Content Here]

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P.S.

You might find this one interesting too, from 2nd October, 2008. The bloodbath of beliefs

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2019/03/06 – Update

The Link above is not working anymore. The document can be found here now: The Thirty Thesis by Jason Godesky

Ignoble Websites

Presented in alphabetic order. I have been reading most of them since mid 2008.

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Approaching The Limits

http://paulchefurka.ca/
The silver lining I see is that all the pressures coming from this process of correction can be useful goads toward personal self-development. “In all matters, strive to do the right thing.” What does this mean to each of us? What does mindful living in the midst of the whirlwind entail, what does it require of us in terms of personal growth, in the development of wisdom and self-awareness? How might each of us resolve our alienation – from each other, from our societies, from nature, from our own place in the universe? How may we find the re-connections that are essential if we are to emerge from this tumultuous, careless human adolescence into individual and collective adulthood? These are deep questions for dark times.

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Club Orlov

http://cluborlov.blogspot.in/

Essential Posts

The Five Stages of Collapse

The Sixth Stage of Collapse

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Die Off

http://dieoff.org/

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How To Save The World

http://howtosavetheworld.ca/
Dave Pollard’s environmental philosophy, creative works, business papers and essays. In search of a better way to live and make a living, and a better understanding of how the world really work

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Nature Bats Last

http://guymcpherson.com/
Humans have tinkered with the natural world since we appeared on the evolutionary stage. Our days may be numbered: As the home team, Nature Bats Last.

Essential Posts

Climate Change Summary and Update

Only Love Remains

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Question Everything

http://questioneverything.typepad.com/
When what is happening in your world doesn’t make sense, when it doesn’t conform to your beliefs about how things should work, it’s time to ask hard questions.

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The Automatic Earth

http://theautomaticearth.com/

Essential Reading

The World According to The Automatic Earth – A 2013 Primer Guide

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The Oil Drum

http://www.theoildrum.com/
Discussions about energy and our future.

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Zero Hedge

http://www.zerohedge.com/
On a long enough timeline the survival rate for everyone drops to zero.

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NOTE:

This is a start. Will be adding more details and links.

Hmm… Perhaps, I need to make separate articles of each website, giving a brief overview and essential reading list.