Although Buddhist philosophy must be distinguished from the religious urges which have often surrounded ‘Buddhism’ (Marx, Engels and Mao possessed a healthy respect for Early Buddhist dialectics), within ancient China and elsewhere, thousands upon thousands of individuals have been motivated to stop seeking-out their daily living, the sustenance of others and/or the means to change and transform human society for the betterment of all! Instead, what a modern humanity is left with today is the often impressive and awe-inspiring physical structures of the human populations of the past, which instead of communicating with a ‘hidden realm’ (as intended) are actually communicating with exactly the same humanity, simply a humanity occupying a different space and time from them!
The human mind equals one type of ‘self-aware’ body (emanating from the brain), the physical body is the environment the ‘mind’ (brain) inhabits, and this body exists in a ‘third-body’ – which is the (material) physical environment! Through industry humanity has produced a tremendous amount of wastage – most of which is poisonous or damaging to the environment, the living creatures inhabiting the environment, and detrimental to human health and longevity!
Falling into mutually opposing camps of aggression is exactly what the Bourgeoisie wants and craves (and is the essence of Bourgeoise feminism)! No. We must work together to overthrow the ignorance of capitalism and the religious stupidity that led to Midwives being burnt at the stake during Medieval times because the feudal Church could not tolerate the idea of empowered women helping one another during the child-birth process!
Translated by Adrian Chan-Wyles PhD According to reports, as the financial crisis on Wall Street spreads, liberal capitalism is widely questioned by society. In Germany,
As Joseph Stalin correctly pointed-out in his interview with HG Wells in 1934 – Wells was certainly NOT a ‘common man’! He was of the
Dedicated to Yau Gee-Cheuk There is no need for any great penetration to see from the teaching of materialism on the original goodness and equal