Totemism and Exogamy, pt. 3/3: Mundas, Khonds, and Herero

Totemism and Exogamy, pt. 3/3: Mundas, Khonds, and Herero — Read on It appears to me that we have two ideas, two explanations to come to terms with involving humanity and evolution, given in history all the exceedingly strange practices of human beings. 1) we now behave no less strangely. That our behavior […]

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Subjective Overdetermination?

The idea that everyone is having unique subjective experiences upon text may not be so significant as the issue of communication. It may very well be that we merely have not developed the terms under which such individual and primary experiences are allowed to be conveyed. Which is to say, to then see that such […]

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Pocket Veto.

pock·et ve·to ˈpäkət ˈvēdō/ noun 1 an indirect veto of a legislative bill by the president or a governor by retaining the bill unsigned until it is too late for it to be dealt with during the legislative session. Note for later. Or. Look back into my posts.

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Philosophy and Free Thought.

Is it possible to have a legitimate philosophy, One that addresses all the issues that have arisen, at least, in the Western tradition, without resorting to a list of names and their solutions. Can we have philosophy that doesn’t “teach to the test”? Are there any free thinkers left? Is it possible to confront philosophical […]

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“Existence is futile.” — Alien Abductionist I have a certain sympathy for the philosophers of the past; it’s the ones of my day that I have difficulty with.

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Comment on the Previous (Re-)Post.

Of course it is possible, now, that theory merely argues itself, having pretty much described (or inscribed) itself to show where it lacks. The ultimate irony of psychoanalytical-Philosophy (as a general term) is what occurs, what has occurred through the general rhetoric; namely, the argument has described itself into its lack, and the lack is […]

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