Bernardo Carleial

  • Content count

  • Joined

  • Last visited


About Bernardo Carleial

  • Rank
    - - -

Personal Information

  • Location
    São Paulo, Brazil
  • Gender

Recent Profile Visitors

1,005 profile views
  1. even though I have a suspicion that the kind of discipline those inmates get from these institutions is leaning more to a healthy vMEME Blue, that initiative, as a social policy, is very vMEME Green. I was very surprised to know that there are such programs here in Brazil.
  2. A beautiful Documentary which clarifies a lot of the concepts expressed by Heidegger in his book "Being and Time, one of the most difficult books I've ever read in my life.
  3. “Reality is what we take to be true. What we take to be true is what we believe. What we believe is based upon our perceptions. What we perceive depends on what we look for. What we look for depends on what we think. What we think depends on what we perceive. What we perceive determines what we believe. What we believe determines what we take to be true. What we take to be true is our reality.” David Bohm
  4. The most Gansgta Documentary I've ever seen...
  5. "Civilization may be the greatest bait-and-switch that ever was. It convinces us to destroy what is free so an overpriced, inferior copy can be sold to us later—often financed with the money we’ve earned hastening the destruction of the free version. Contaminate streams, rivers, lakes, and aquifers with industrial waste, pesticide runoff, and fracking chemicals, and then sell us “pure spring water” (often just tapwater) in plastic bottles that break down into microplastics that find their way to oceans, whales’ stomachs, and our own bloodstreams. Work hard now so you can afford to relax later. We ignore friends and family while we struggle to get rich so someone will eventually love us. The voices of civilization fill us with manufactured yearnings and then sell us prepackaged dollops of transitory satisfaction that evaporate on the tongue. Some throw up their hands and blame it all on human nature. But that’s a mistake. It’s not human nature that makes us engage in this blind destruction of our world and ourselves. For hundreds of thousands of years, human beings thrived on this planet without doing it in. No, this is not the nature of our species—it is the nature of civilization, an emergent social structure in which our species is presently trapped. To understand the roots of our seeming penchant for ecocide, we must understand that an animal’s nature can only be expressed in relation to its environment, natural or contrived." A very eloquent excerpt from the book "Civilized to Death", by Christopher Ryan.
  6. "Dasein is an entity which in each case I myself am. Mineness belongs to any existent Dasein, and belongs to it as the condition which makes authenticity and inauthenticity possible. In each case Dasein exists in one or the other of these two modes, or else it is modally undifferentiated. But these are both ways in which Dasein's Being takes on a definite character, and they must be seen and understood a priori as grounded upon that state of Being which we have called "Being-in-the-world'." Being and Time - Martin Heidegger I said before, the only stage in which I really have problems classifying it is vMEME TURQUOISE, but looking at Heidegger 's phenomenological approach to existence, it seems to match some of Leo's teachings about reality and metaphysics. That's the impression that I got, I might be wrong about that, but neither way, I decided to post it.?
  7. The consequences of vMEME Blue ethnocentrism
  8. This book is a very good example of vMEME GREEN lifestyle. The author not only talks about recipes and nutrition facts, but sometimes talks about Vegan ideology and worldview too.
  9. "We tell stories about what happened, but, just as often, the stories we tell determine what happens. Narrative becomes paradigm, because origin stories are as predictive and constraining as they are explanatory. The map showing where we came from delimits where we can go from here. If yours is a story of victimization, you will live out your days a victim. If it’s a tale in which your race is superior to all others,evidence of their inferiority will seem plentiful and obvious." Christopher Ryan , an excerpt from his book "Civilized to Death "
  10. The issue at hand is vMEME RED, But the Analysis presented in that documentary is very vMEME Yellow