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Tue 29 Apr, 2008 05:35 pm - [quote]If you would like to carry on the discussion, a new thread is certainly a good idea. [/quote] No, it's quite alright. Farewell, my friend ... and friends :o (view)
Mon 28 Apr, 2008 08:15 pm - Perhaps [B][I]my[/I][/B] search has carried me here to this very place and time. :) To disagree as you have done, is to see what I have seen. And when we see the same thing, we are the same... (view)
Sun 27 Apr, 2008 04:06 pm - [quote]Subsequently, to ask the question: "What transferable skills does an English degree give you?" is to succumb to the influence of the corporate imagination before you have given... (view)
Thu 17 Apr, 2008 10:45 am - [quote=boagie]saiboimushi, Well the obvious would be consciouness is being, it is also perhaps a child of earth, a child of the inanimate, by which means the world is aware of itself.... (view)
Thu 17 Apr, 2008 10:34 am - The term "actuality" is also promising, but unfortunately "existence" and "essence" seem tautological to me. I want to find a predication of being that [I]expands[/I]... (view)
Thu 17 Apr, 2008 02:59 am - "Tranference" is very much like metaphor, in which the meaning of one term or idea is transfered to another term or idea. (Metaphor in fact means transference in the Greek.) Many thinkers... (view)
Thu 17 Apr, 2008 02:31 am - This is an excellent beginning, and you may indeed have avoided a tautology. But if you are right, and being truly is consciousness, then what shall we say is consciousness? (view)
Wed 16 Apr, 2008 04:29 pm - This is very interesting, Dennis. I'll have to print it out and study it carefully before I can say I really understand it, but I think it's definitely worth understanding. You must be... (view)
Wed 16 Apr, 2008 03:07 pm - What is "being"? Can one answer this question without a tautology? And if not, why? Feel free to interrogate the assumptions behind these questions. I don't really mind how you... (view)
Mon 14 Apr, 2008 04:28 pm - My feeling is that, while logic regulates the form of an expression, it doesn't (yet) have a way of regulating the content. In other words, logic can ensure that an expression is formally... (view)
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