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"The unexamined life is not worth living." - Socrates

Esotericism

Is there a limit to knowledge? Is the life of one integrated in the pattern of the stars? Esotericism is the studies of the Initiate who seeks to know the hidden mysteries of nature and science; thus leading him to inner knowledge.

Formal Science

The mathematical mysteries and complexities which reside infinitely in the construct of matter and nature allow man to witness the hidden beauty of life. The empirical nature of these Sciences inspires one to search for the patterns within and without. To find Truth one must employ the aid of reason and logic.

History

The penning of Humanity's existence should never be met with indifference. The rise and fall of civilization and of those who existed before us allows us to create a bridge to our future. Those that fail to learn the lessons of history are doomed to repeat its mistakes.

Behavior Science

Why has man created civilization? Why do we need each other? What causes our behavior? The Behavioral Sciences teaches us about the evolution of the individual and society. Humanity is an endless web of actions, reactions, and traditions. The one who can begin to understand this will begin to understand himself.

Natural Science

Natural Science is a systematic exploration of the principles that make up the whole of creation in symmetry and order. The study of these laws, which govern the Universe, empowers the Seeker to better understand himself.

Literature

The pen has always been the method by which the story of heroes, lives never lived, and the deepest tragedies have been told. The imagination of Man is made manifest in the pages of books. Literature is one of the most enduring of man's creations, giving us glimpses of our past, present and future.

Philosophy

What is reality? What is the nature and depth of knowledge? What is justice? Philosophy has attempted throughout the ages to answer these timeless questions. It seeks to systemically uncover the Truth that lies beyond the diversity of ideas.




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The Masonic Philosophical Society seeks to recapture the spirit of the Renaissance that brought mankind so many scientific, artistic, and philosophical advancements without seeking to destroy spiritual pursuits
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The Masonic Philosophical Society is an institution which aims to provide an environment of exploration within the framework of Masonic principles and to inspire individuals to self-awareness
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Minnesota
Is the rigidness of the Scientific Method a barrier to Free Thinking?
Florida
Are we ready to interact in a multiracial community?
Is there free will in religion?
Arkansas
Is it wise to pursue artificial intelligence?
Are the ethical ramifications of eugenics so great that they may outweigh our pursuit to "build a better human?"
Are the Emerald Tablets still relevant to modern society?
What are the Mysteries of the Universe and Man?
Other Countries
¿Qué es ese poder absoluto que dispone de nosotros, que nos pone un límite, que finiquita nuestra existencia?
¿Cómo aborda la Masonería la Teología, que es el estudio de lo Divino?
¿Qué relación existe entre los Dioses de Egipto y la Masonería?
A Transformação do Indivíduo pode despertar a Transformação do Mundo?
A Transformação do Indivíduo pode despertar a Transformação do Mundo?
A ética é mais profunda e mais natural do que a religião?
Es la Masonería una escuela de pensamiento?
Es la muerte a su vez un nacimiento? El simbolismo de la muerte entre profanos y masones.
¿Qué es la consciencia? ¿Cuál es la esencia de la consciencia, de esa chispa que hace que nosotros seamos quienes somos y como se relaciona con la Masonería?
Casualidad o Causalidad?
O Pequeno Príncipe de Saint-Exupery
É importante a prática da reflexão diária?
A transformação do individuo pode despertar a transformação do mundo?
Ohio
How do Rewards and Punishments Affect our Behavior?
How is Masonry an alchemical process?
Does genetic determinism rule our lives?
How can we read literature to understand it in a new light and use it in our Masonic journey?
Why and how do we celebrate the Winter Solstice?
What is the meaning of the ancient text that begins; "The Universe is Mental"? Is there any relationship to this statement and Freemasonry?
Colorado
Does the Bible have hidden or esoteric messages within its text?
Will crypto currency save humanity from greed and corruption?
Does Freemasonry have its own philosophy?
Is the evolution of language an indication of the evolution of man?
The U.S. Electoral College: Effective System or Outdated Paradigm?
Should certain books be banned from the public?
What is art and does it have inherent meaning?
Is ‘natural healing’ just a placebo, or is there actual science behind this ‘movement.’
How does art invoke feeling?
What are the consequences of viewing intelligence in a decompositionist manner?
The Endurances Antarctica Expedition: Inspired Success or Epic Failure?
Texas
How can we use historical astrology to understand historical events and illuminate our current political landscape?
Popular Biblical Beliefs: What do you believe and why?
What is Esotericism?
Is Anarchy the future of government?
Is language a bridge from the unreal to the real, or is the real unattainable through language?
Is the worldview that the universe is Mental (or Spiritual) rather than Physical relevant today?
Does the evolution of art over the centuries reflect the evolution of human consciousness?
Why does Le Petit Prince so connect with people that it can be read in over 300 languages and dialects from around the world?
Utah
Why do we search for happiness?
Why did Leonardo da Vinci leave so much unfinished?
Can the scientific method be used to answer moral questions?
What can we learn from our Saturn Return?
Can we understand ourselves by claiming the stars?
How can Aboriginal Songlines change the way we think?
How does the wisdom of Seneca apply to the modern world?
The End of the world: Is this really it?
Connecticut
What would be the Ideal way of organizing the world?
What does it mean when we speak of self-discipline?
Washington
Is chaos a good thing?
Who are we really?
What is the true meaning of The Word?
Does the triangle represent fundamental Truths about our reality?
Massachusetts
Is a robot more noble than a human?
What is the Nature of Man according to Plato?
Do the ends justify the means?
“The Ugly Duckling”, an initiatory journey?
How do we make tough decision?
Oklahoma
Can certain colors effect our emotions?
Does the art of Leonardo da Vinci contain hidden secrets of sacred geometry?
California
Is the Scientific Method obsolete?
Did the use of dance act as a secret rite of passage?
Were the first human spiritual beliefs inclusive?
Is the Fool in Ancient Literature the Wisest?
Why do cultures and religious organizations create sacred space?
Michigan
Does Hermann Hesses novel, Damien, describe the Path of Seeker?
What is the nature of the world, its relation to the divine, and the role of humanity?
What is Man?
What is the philosophy of Science?
Was it the best of times AND the worst of times?
Kansas
Does rational thought have a limit?
Are you a bystander, warrior, general, or king?
Is the evolution of language an indication of the evolution of man?
New York
Which philosophy is closest to Freemasonry?
We are what we eat, can we heal ourselves with the proper diet?
What is the symbolism of the Crucifixion and the blood sacrifice for Atonement, Salvation and Redemption?
Illinois
Are creation stories or identity attachments necessary today?
Are Mysticism and Modern Physics describing the same aspects of the Universe?
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"Don't just say you have read books. Show that through them you have learned to think better, to be a more discriminating and reflective person. Books are the training weights of the mind. They are very helpful, but it would be a bad mistake to suppose that one has made progress simply by having internalized their contents."
Epictetus
Stoic Philosopher
The Art of Living: The Classical Manual on Virtue, Happiness, and Effectiveness

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