What Do I mean by Existential Conditions and Circumstantial politics?

By the term “existential conditions” I mean that conditions of the human existence that have been created before we came into being. Or the conditions of living, political and philosophical, that we found existing.

So, “existential conditions” mean the world as it is. And as it has been with all its existence and its politics and its people. 

On the other hand, circumstantial politics is the meaning of politics that are created as one exists consciously on earth. And see history being made.

So, circumstantial politics means the politics of the time that are made on time to shape history either for good or for bad. Sweeping away you as a citizen in its vicious circle. Like a piece of paper.

Hence, then you as a human being in order to make your world a better place first must come to know and to question these two political terms. That are, “existential conditions” and circumstantial politics.

And at last, after knowing and questioning them to re-create or re-shape or re-create them through thought and thinking. That intend to make the world around you a better place. 


About the Author

Dr A.C is a philosopher, activist, online presenter and the author of seven eBooks that can be found on amazon. He currently is working on his eighth book that is called "The Workings of the U.K State MAFIA." And that can be pre-ordered on amazon. Also Dr A.C is presenting a weekly online show that is called, "The Freedom of Ideas Show" and that is about the freedom of ideas, social justice in general, truth, reason, the right of being heard and the right of participation. 

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