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Fragments from Wittgenstein’s Culture and Value

“Are all men great?  No. – Well then, how can you have any hope of being a great man!  Why should something be bestowed on you that’s not bestowed on your neighbor?  To what purpose?  If it isn’t your wish … Continue reading

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The Age of Humanity

“You were sick, but now you’re well, and there’s work to do” – Kilgore Trout Salaam! A new regime appears! It surfaces from the wasteland of the previous power, feeding and thriving on the toxicity deposited by the old authority. … Continue reading

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Reincarnation And Life After Death

This is a conversation from the gospels of Buddha; this posting was inspired by a conversation begun in Fear Of One Another and circles around in a nifty way to questions raised in Sameness. Kutadanta: I am told you are the Buddha, … Continue reading

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Tying up Loose Ends

This post is a response to “Loose Ends” I originally wrote a several page response to your last post, where I went through your points one by one and developed either an agreement or a counter argument. Then, I realized … Continue reading

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