There cannot, perforce, as the philosopher, essayist, poet, and novelist, George Santayana said, be happiness, pleasure and pain without reason, in reality, just as rationale is with memory.
All of us say that “we have a mind.” The obvious question that emerges pronto is: whether one can equate the mind with mentality.
The philosopher Plotinus articulated that there is a certain magnitude, or degree, of parts to each other, and the whole, with the addition of colour that it generates beauty — the object of sight
We all believe that most of us need just too much of freedom.
Emotions, according to philosophical tenets, signify the purpose of providing information.
It is an age-old question with no easy answers: whether the power of our ego is greater than the resolve of our soul?” This eternal aspect represents our perpetual need to place in balance our ego
It would have been a much-honoured regulation for our early philosophers to refer to the thinking brain as the seat of our mental life.
To be happy is the fundamental desire of every human being — it is the defining norm for yearning too.