Dear Fuseki, You write: If you are curious about my high level of privacy why don t you just come out and say so? Instead of trying to hide your curiosityJan 1, 2008 1 of 41View SourceDear Fuseki,
"If you are curious about my high level of privacy why don't you just
come out and say so? Instead of trying to hide your curiosity behind
implication and manipulative methods of eliciting information. If you
are suspicious of me because of it, maybe you think I have something
to hide or it makes you question my motives, then the honest open
thing would be to say so."
I asked you what you thought about Willy's file "Rummaging Through
Repentance" and my six criticisms of it in response because I was
genuinely interested to hear what you thought about these two posts.
I wished to encourage you to express your own thoughts about
Kierkegaard and two very different responses to his texts.
So far in your eighteen posts to this forum you have written nothing
about Kierkegaard. Are you interested in K's thought? I assumed a new
member joining this forum would want to discuss K's thought.
What you have written so far on this forum is very similar to the
sort of stuff Willy's pseudonyms write hardly anything substantial
about Kierkegaard. They tend just to write enough to allow Willy to
expand on this interpretation of K. Does your "high level of privacy"
prevent you from writing about Kierkegaard?
Not that I want to single you out in this respect nobody apart from
myself has written anything substantial on Kierkegaard since
Christmas. Perhaps everybody's brains have gone on holiday.
Hey Jimmy I am now MORE available than you are. Does that also make me more open and honest than you? Or merely better at the technology? ... Fuseki ... canJan 1, 2008 41 of 41View SourceHey Jimmy
I am now MORE available than you are.
Does that also make me more open and honest than you?
Or merely better at the technology?
--- In email@example.com, "jimstuart46"
> Dear Fuseki,
> You write:
> "Jim your Yahoo profile is no more informative than mine!
> And you are no more accessible than I am."
> I'm not sure about that. If you look at the list of Members, you
> see my whole email address, but you cannot see your whole emailone
> Also I use my full name, whilst your name does not look like the
> you use in the real world.from
> I'm not sure if filling in my whole Yahoo Profile will make me
> more "accessible".
> One of K's reasons for writing under pseudonyms was that he did not
> want his own personality to distract from his words. I would also
> not want my personality to detract from what I write. But apart
> that proviso, I feel I am open and honest and do not aim to deceive.
> Jim Stuart