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Descartes’ Method: The Scientific Method

Here’s what you were looking for. This is a slightly more expanded version of the Scientific Method, but still correct. 1) Consider the problem at hand and look to your experience for viable solutions. 2) Deduce a possible solution that … Continue reading

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“God only knows”

This post is in response to Necessary and Contingent Truths. This is an expression that I use quite often even though I consider myself an atheist. But I think that it directly relates to the question posed by deadondres. “What’s … 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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Errico Malatesta – Anarchy Part II

This is the continuation of Anarchy Part I “…We have said that anarchy is society without government. But is the suppression of government possible, desirable, or wise? Let us see. What is the government? There is a disease of the human … 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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Caprice – Part II

This is a continuation of Caprice and Self Control, which got started really with The Calculus of Decisions. Every day a person wakes up with a different disposition, with minute chemical changes shifting our moods and hungers.  The world seems … 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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Loose Ends

I think this can be the last post I need in response because through this debate I think I’ve honed what I’m trying to say. This is a continuation of: On Science Religion, and Nationalism On Science, Religion, and Nationalism … Continue reading

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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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