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Necessary and Contingent Truths

This comes from Gottfried Wilhelm Von Liebniz’s essay elaborating some notions put forth in his famous First Truths: “Thus contingent truths are related to necessary as surd roots, i.e., the roots on incommensurable numbers, to the expressible roots of commensurable … 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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Utopia is simply Dystopia multiplied by -1

This blog is in response to: Why the Fuck am I Doing This? – Addendum, Pt. I which is in response to: Why the Fuck am I Doing This? The thing that I found most striking about this quote was … Continue reading

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