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Reiterating Triadic Philosophy in Three Minutes

The Slow as Molasses Press

Triadic Philosophy is 
Past commercialism. 
Past religion. 
Common Sense. 
ANd indeed seismic. 
Because now is its time. 

And all the strands 
that need to be 
brought together 
will be 
brought together. 

It's originators are 
mainly dead, 
but they live in 
the philosophy. 

My friend Will Campbell 
thought this way. 

Nietzsche heralded 
the overturning of 
two-thousand years of 
binary values. 

Charles Sanders Peirce 
articulated the philosophy 
that undergirds it. 

And humankind is 
at last ready 
to take up 
the challenge. 
It's called 
Owning the world 
we live in. 
And thus transcending 
and saying NO 
to the binary 
systems of power 
that keep saying 
we cannot oppose 
or escape. 

We can oppose 
and escape 
with triadic philosophy, 
even as explained 
in this little video. 

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