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To those who remember the old days (ten years ago), I say hello.

This site was huge for me. It was my first serious adventure in online conversation with anonymous strangers. Looking back on some of my posts, I was playing fast and loose indeed. If I was ever rude to you, you have my apology. The years have beat a little more sense into me, I hope.

I saw that I was asked after in a thread, that my absence had been noticed. That was nice. I hope that my sometimes silly and indulgent philosophy-poetry amused a few people. I probably should have listened more than I talked, but I was having so much fun.

I plan on checking in here soon and seeing if some of you are still posting.

My Recent Posts

 
Mon 5 Jul, 2010 10:28 pm - Hey, man. I would have sent this in a private message but mine are blocked. Perhaps yours are too. I wrote a reply to your letter but have lost your address. Please send me this... (view)
Mon 28 Jun, 2010 09:27 pm - http://www.arte-fact.org/untpltcl/dgtlcntm.html#6.0 I forgot to leave the link. This is generally a good site, allowing that I can't vouch for all of it. (view)
Mon 28 Jun, 2010 09:03 pm - Kant bluffed on some of Hume's objections, from what I can tell. Of course he's great, and I should read more of him perhaps, but he's also aged in some respects. The... (view)
Mon 28 Jun, 2010 08:59 pm - I stumbled upon an interesting site, and am quite pleased to find those who share my concerns. Here's a snippet: "8. The irrational reals in the continuum as forever absent The... (view)
Mon 28 Jun, 2010 02:22 am - It's good to be missed. Thanks, T. (view)
Mon 28 Jun, 2010 02:21 am - On the self. Do you call your perception of another's smile the self? If so, we are probably in agreement. But most limit the self in some way. Wittgenstein argues that life and the world are... (view)
Mon 28 Jun, 2010 02:13 am - Hi there, Gosh. Good post. I think I agree with all of that. It's somewhat tangent to what [i]I[/i] mean by ideal precision, but it does fit into the thread well. True,... (view)
Thu 24 Jun, 2010 02:44 am - I've thought about concept-form-essence-being quite a bit lately, to put it mildly. And Wittgenstein, Heidegger, Hegel, Plato, Schopenhauer, Aristotle, and Kant have all put a brick in the... (view)
Wed 9 Jun, 2010 06:37 pm - [QUOTE=Ding_an_Sich;174766]I think, for the sake of time, that I should deal with one of these, namely, form. But as I do not have a very clear understanding on even this subject, I am allowing... (view)
Wed 9 Jun, 2010 12:06 am - [QUOTE=jgweed;174173]One should take anecdotes about early philosophers with a grain of salt; many of these stories probably did not happen, but were invented at a later date to illustrate their... (view)
 
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