CAELERETHIAN PHILOSOPHY

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The schools of thought that exist throughout Caelereth stretch as wide as the continents and the many views of the tribes and races have changed throughout the millenia. The existence of the Gods, the purpose of life, the interpretation of afterlife, although these topics all have solid basis for many people in history, myths and superstition, have been at the center of discussion for ages for the world's thinkers. Many theories have been accepted, discarded, re-accepted, re-thought, and most likely this game will continue on until eternity. Take a look with us on what Caelerethian philosphy has produced so far!
 

Caelerethian Philosophy

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SETH GHIBTA
Philosophie of the Molluske Race 6 Download text Read introduction Read text
DECIPHER ZIRON
The Nature of Tiquaitan Thought 5 Download text Read introduction Read text

 
Philosophier of the Molluske Race
PHILOSOPHIE OF THE MOLLUSKE RACE 6 PAGES
WRITTEN BY SETH GHIBTA Download text Read text

"Philosophie of the Molluske Race" was written by Friddriv Alav and compiled and annotated by Seth Ghibta. Friddriv Alav, an Avennorian of reclusive and decidedly eccentric habits, was a noted authority on the molluskes of Caelereth and beyond. In this, his largest, though still incomplete, work, itís easy to see the extent to which his obsession ruled his life. Although he was undoubtedly a brilliant mind, he was not without flaws, and it should be noted that some of his ideas will strike readers as strange and even incongruous. The fragments of this text were assembled by a researcher seeking to learn more about this elusive man, and to record the unique glitter of a dedicated but sadly little known scholar. Return to the top
 

The Nature of the Tiquaitan Thought
THE NATURE OF THE TIQUAITAN THOUGHT 5 PAGES
WRITTEN BY DECIPHER ZIRON Download text Read text

The philosophical musings of the now extinct Tiquaitan men are regarded amongst the most profound and enlightening concepts discussed by any civilisation, modern or archaic. Most of what we know of the Tiquaitan men (and particularly of their famous philosophy and poetry) comes from archives of the Tarshiinite priesthood, much of the Old Republicís wisdom being seized by them after the fall. Perhaps to give a better understanding of the nature of Tiquaitan philosophy, one of Decipher Zironís acquaintances within the Tarshiinite priesthood has managed to procure a copy of Monk Sasartaís renowned essay summarising the works of the four classical greats of Tiquaitan philosophy. Return to the top
 

Myths written by various members