Category Archives: The Pre-East

Wisdom Without Words Of African Grandmothers of the Pre-East

Majid Ali, M.D. One Is On One’s Own With African Grandmothers of the Pre-East “One Is On One’s Own With African Grandmothers of the Pre-East,” Chipeck said. “Everyone is on his own with African Grandmothers of the Pre-East. Is that what you said?” I asked, puzzled. “And everyone is on her own with African Grandmothers of the Pre-East.” he added. “But that’s

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I Was Born An Optimist. I’ll Probably Die An Optimist.

Majid Ali, M.D. Toxicities In Brains in Wombs and Aging Skulls Optimism of Promise of Technology of the West and Insights of the East, and Now …. I have studied biology for sixty years. I began the study of medicine 58 years ago. During the next 20 years, my studies were limited to knowledge derived from medical technology of the

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Dr. Ali’s Pre-East Course Part 5 – German Philosophers: Goethe, Nietzsche, and Heidegger

Majid Ali, M.D. An Article of Voices From the Pre-East Course  Goethe’s Hodgepodge of Fallacy and Violence  Johann Wolfgang Goethe (1749 – 1832) was a German poet, dramatists, anatomist, botanists, and   statesman. He derided tenets of Christian theology and history as a “hodgepodge of fallacy and violence” He celebrated human sexuality  as a subject of lofty poetic and artistic depiction.

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Voices From the Pre-East Part 9 – Medical Technology of the West, Remedies of the East, and Healing of the Pre-East

Majid Ali, M.D. An Article of Voices From the Pre-East Course One Physician’s Journeys Through the West, the East, and Then the  Pre-East My Brief CV Once A Surgeon, Always A Surgeon-Pathologist Once A Pathologist, Always A Pathologist A Time for An Ecologist-Nutritionist A Life of Healing

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Dr. Ali’s Pre-East Course Part 4 – Rumi’s Field, Russell’s Despair, And the River of the Pre-East

Majid Alli, M.D. We Know Much About the Philosophy and Healing of the West and the East. Might There Have Been the Philosophy and Healing of the Pre-East? Pre-East of My Imagination I invite you to spend a few moments with the poet Jala udDin Rumei, philsopher Bertrand Russel, and some word which I offer in my book entitled “The

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African GrandmotherLand

Majid Ali, M.D. From My Imagination, Of Course! African GrandmotherLand I imagine that there existed once a land of African Grandmothers. I named it African GrandmotherLand. . How did the baby girls of my imagined “African grandmotherland” become the my imagined tribe of shared African grandmothers? Br first being baby girls Then young women Then becoming a part of their

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