Radoslav Rochallyi

Slovak philosopher and writer
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Radoslav Rochallyi (born 1 May 1980, Bardejov , Czechoslovakia) is a Slovak philosopher, writer and poet.

Quotes edit

  • Fidelity is not a reason for dulling attention.
    • Origin/Cs: Věrnost není důvodem k otupení pozornosti.[1]
  • Freedom is the ability to be themselves relative to each other and to the world.
    • Origin/Cs: Svoboda je schopnost být sám vůči sobě a ke světu.[2]
  • From my point of view, each of them (poetry, mathematics, and philosophy) speaks of the same epistemic thing in their own language. Of course, mathematics cannot talk about ontology or metaphysics. Just as philosophy cannot speak of irrational rationality as poetry can.[3]

Mythra Invictus (2019) edit

  • You live to realize your best self. You live to create something better than you.
    • Origin/Cs: Žijete, abyste si uvědomili své nejlepší já. Žijete, abyste vytvořili něco lepšího než vy.[4]
  • If you do not know your heart, you do not know your God.
    • Origin/Cs: Pokud neznáte své srdce, neznáte svého Boha.[5]
  • Human truth is something that is not. The truth is just a consensus on which to agree.
    • Origin/Cs: Lidská pravda je něco, co není. Pravdou je jen konsenzus, na kterém se dohodneme.[6]
  • Faith is something I can talk about for hours, but I don't give it to you.
    • Origin/Cs: Víra je něco, o čem můžu mluvit celé hodiny, ale nedokáži ti ji dát.[7]

ESSE: Theorems on Morality and Power (2020) edit

  • What exists mathematically has the potentiality of existence.
    • p. 40
  • A specific being is moving in time, and is always changeable over time, if this theorem is true, then, each one is composed of a set of its potentials.
    • p. 48
  • No being can be excluded from causal action.
    • p. 84
  • That, what we cannot describe mathematically cannot have a recognizable existence.
    • p. 102
  • Freedom means the possibility to choose from a set of unfree options.
    • p. 17
  • The ultimate argument that legalizes a moral ideal as a true (or true illusion) is power. [8]
    • p. 56

References edit

  1. Rochallyi, Radoslav (2017). A letter for a son. Brno, Czech Republic: Tribun. p. 31. ISBN 9788026311959. 
  2. Rochallyi, Radoslav (2017). A letter for a son. Brno, Czech Republic: Tribun. p. 44. ISBN 9788026311959. 
  3. Rochallyi. Interview with Julianne Ingles. "Radoslav Rochallyi Interview." 2020-08-27.
  4. Rochallyi, Radoslav (2019). "Chapter 10". Mythra Invictus. Bratislava: VSSS. p. 63. ISBN 9788082020857. 
  5. Rochallyi, Radoslav (2019). "Chapter 5". Mythra Invictus. Bratislava: VSSS. pp. 31. ISBN 9788082020857. 
  6. Rochallyi, Radoslav (2019). "Chapter 13". Mythra Invictus. Bratislava: VSSS. pp. 93. ISBN 9788082020857. 
  7. Rochallyi, Radoslav (2019). "Chapter 17". Mythra Invictus. Bratislava: VSSS. pp. 30. ISBN 9788082020857. 
  8. Rochallyi, Radoslav (2020) (in en). ESSE: Theorems on Morality and Power. Bratislava: EOCN. pp. 160. ISBN 9788097350147. 

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