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  • 15 Great Books that Will Incidentally Improve Your Philosophical Health

    15 Great Books that Will Incidentally Improve Your Philosophical Health

    Will make you be more self-assertive and creative: Thus Spoke Zarathustra (F. Nietzsche) The Masterpiece of Masterpieces, a blending of fiction and non-fiction on the creative meaning of life. Written to forget about loneliness and to celebrate our longing for friendship. 2.  Will make you be more playful and detached, even with serious matters: The Dice Man (G. Cockcroft) A […]

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  • What on Earth is Philosophical Health?

    What on Earth is Philosophical Health?

    Take a deep breath. And another. By doing so, you just experienced your bodily sense. We all get a sense of what physical health is when our body feels energised or relaxed. Sometimes our bodily sense feels sore or painful and sometimes we forget about it. Now say your first name out loud, like me: I […]

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  • Awakening to Philosophical Health

    We may be looking for objective possibilities in the real world if it seems we can grab or purchase them as available choices: this is a weaker sense of the possible, a possibility that is ready-made as opposed to the unimpossible of creal virtuality. Philosophical dis-ease happens when we neglect our intercreative sense of the possible while […]

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the Creal

No matter who you are, chances are the Real as defined by realism is not enough for you. You have a sense of the possible, and therefore are connected with ultimate possibility, a.k.a the Creal.


I have still not made up my mind regarding the second part of the etymology of crealectics. Does it stand for ekto (exteriorization) or logos, as in dialectics. Probably both, as you can see.

My daughter asked me to use the profile of my hand to draw something and it became the letter C.