Self-Care Puts Us on an Amusement Treadmill http://benjaminstudebaker.com/2019/01/07/self-care-puts-us-on-an-amusement-treadmill/ — Read on benjaminstudebaker.com/2019/01/07/self-care-puts-us-on-an-amusement-treadmill/ Benjamin Studebaker, the author of the blog of this re-post, doesn't allow for comments on his blog. so I am regarding his argument here. (I love his blog, btw.) Basically, my rebuttal is a rebuttal against his whole approach in viewing. An argument… Continue reading An Example of Argument which is Erected Upon a False Choice.
I am offering nothing new. Yet, it seems that very few people have understood what has already been told. The fact that most people want and expect something new shows, in relief, that a new configuration of terms is needed, but I am quite sure that what is impossible again will be put into good… Continue reading The Impossible; part 2.
The impossible can be discovered along many significant vectors of reality as limit. The particular discussion that contains or otherwise accounts for the various vectorial meanings is ironic; it is the event that begins the count, that can be said to to be a basis upon which a linking of meaningful terms is made that… Continue reading The Impossible. Part 1; If/Then.
"AS men are accustomed to call Divine the knowledge which transcends human understanding, so also do they style Divine, or the work of God, anything of which the cause is not generally known: for the masses think that the power and providence of God are most clearly displayed by events that are extraordinary and contrary… Continue reading Extreme Dialectic: Spinoza and the Term (revisited).
Ok, time to get serious. One has to have the time, see, to get really serious because when one gets really serious, things tend to get really funny, so funny, that most people will hardly have the time, so serious they are about having such a little amount of time. But thats a joke. Bad… Continue reading Tangent: Bad Faith, Part 3