Non-philosophical idealism, existentialism, romanticism, atheism, humanism, liberalism, and anarchism. Ism's may vary.
Originally Posted by SilkRoad
As for hedonism: it can be good, but all things in moderation!
You know, long term hedonism includes an allowance for that. It is no fun crashing and burning.
*blatantly disregards the lack of an I*
Human beings make life so interesting. Do you know that in a universe so full of wonders, they have managed to invent boredom? -Terry Pratchett
Originally Posted by Savage Idealist
Originally Posted by shortnsweet
(Looks off into space, serious and mystical, eyes glazed over-)
I live and breathe the concept.
I can't help wondering, purely intellectually of course, what children a marriage of Shortnsweetism and Victorism would produce.
For me: Pancritical rationalism. (questioning of all things including the philosophical world-view itself)
There are certainly a lot to choose from:
The best philosophical work is still "In Praise of Folly" though.
Your representative owes you, not his industry only, but his judgment; and he betrays, instead of serving you, if he sacrifices it to your opinion.
- Edmund Burke
while being integral isn't an Ism, it's perceived to be such, by some (mostly those who don't get it, i think). so, for the heck of it:
i could also be associated with Buddhism, but i don't give a rats arse about sripture or rituals, it's just that Buddhists have had the best (and best known) description of the mystic worldview.
we are stupid and we will die
(pris, blade runner)
»my tumblr of beauty • my tumblr of concept
»my personal blog (mostly in german language)
»let's try being integral
Originally Posted by RevlisZero
like that one, too. some of my favs in this category.