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Bigger Houses

I read this on a wall at a good friend’s family home: “We have bigger houses but smaller families: We have more degrees but less sense; more knowledge but less judgements; more experts but more problems; more medicines, but less … Continue reading

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Beyond Theism/Atheism

Puff Daddy: “Let’s change the world, BIG.” Notorious BIG: “Can’t change the world unless we change ourselves.” Beyond Atheism/Theism “I must create a system or be enslaved by another man’s; I will not reason and compare; my business is to … Continue reading

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Atheism

This is inspired by Reincarnation And Life After Death. My co-blogger had an interesting thought that Buddha was the most badass atheist off all time. I am fond of this. Namely, because Buddha was anti-doctrine, anti-ceremony. At the same time, … Continue reading

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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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Process

I haven’t posted anything in awhile and have a lot to say, but I want to be concise. “The meaning of life is to live… All I know is that it gives me comfort,” is line from a previous post … Continue reading

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Water

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On Fear of One Another II

This blog is in response to Fear of One Another Which is a follow up to the debate started in the posts On Science, Religion, and Nationalism On Science, Religion, and Nationalism II I will also admit that I was … Continue reading

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Fear of One Another

This is in response to On Science, Religion, and Nationalism II. Now I confess that I wrote that last one in a sort of provoking manner…saying some seemingly outlandish things.  But I think I can adequately at least show my … Continue reading

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On Science, Religion, and Nationalism

This post is in response to Three Ideas in Development, specifically the third idea. As for the third…I love your last paragraph…and have a lot to say about this. I know that you are of course not advocating the side … Continue reading

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Baruch Spinoza, Part I – or, Don’t Blame God for Religion

Devising this post set my blogging back a considerable amount timewise. It is in response to Caprice, and also in response to Self Control.  It is also a continuation of The Calculus of Decisions. Spinoza is an amazing thinker.  I … Continue reading

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