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Time and change

Although I tend to be a rather temperamentally conservative/cautious guy by nature (do not mistake this for political conservatism or I’ll eat you alive..), I do appreciate change–and especially the cyclic change in nature contrasted with the conscious progressive change … Continue reading

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Quick Post–FINALLY A PHILOSPHER WHO MAKES SENSE!

Seriously, this 5 minute interview with A. C. Grayling was the first thing in the NYTimes’ modern philosophy column that has even begun to make any sort of sense to me. Interestingly enough, it doesn’t try to make an overarching … Continue reading

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Chipping away at the Philosopher’s Stone

Okay, so I must admit that I almost always really get ticked the fuck off when I read the most recent attempt at the New York Times to include the field of philosophy into modern discourse in the form of … Continue reading

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What can I say…

Life slimed me. But I’m now done with the semester and it went well… I’ve also done a lot of reading on personality types (and taken notes) and had a number of thoughts… all of which I hope to be … Continue reading

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Are You Serious?

As many of those who know me quite well would probably attest, I’m a rather serious person.  This doesn’t mean that I’m opposed to fun or laughter or absurdity or even relaxing, but it does mean that I tend to … Continue reading

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Deeper underlying structures… Parenting…

This post is tied to yesterday’s in what may appear to be a very abstract sense–but to me, it is directly tied to it in a very concrete way through underlying structures. Instigation of this post came about after reading … Continue reading

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Beauty and Pain

Although I’ve never been able to find the exact quote or book section again–I’m almost 100% certain that James Joyce, in A Portrait of an Artist as a Young Man, has a ten page exposition on beauty that basically notes … Continue reading

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