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Re: Situational void

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  • Mary Jo Malo
    Let s face it Bill, there s only one thing that gets up in the morning - wanting to live and love something or somebody. It s different stuff for different
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      Let's face it Bill, there's only one thing that "gets up" in the
      morning - wanting to live and love something or somebody. It's
      different stuff for different people, but it's usually pretty
      straighforward.

      Mary Jo

      --- In existlist@yahoogroups.com, "bhvwd" <valleywestdental@q...>
      wrote:
      > This list is a natural sink hole for post liberal trash. The
      > enlightenment, under god, presented us with liberalism. Then the
      > existentialists killed the big guy. There is no more philosophical
      > basis for liberalism, there is only the pragmatism of coexistance.
      > So how far does our sphere of existential force extend? What
      > situations impact us, and we them? Again we extrapolate the
      moribund
      > liberalism with eastern polymorphism, so some lilt of butterfly
      wing
      > in Tibet causes a hurricane in Houston. That is just too low a
      > probability, just like the dead big guy, and my caring for
      situations
      > far distant from my melieu. I refuse to be recruited to causes
      > justified by long dead first principles. I trumpet Eduards
      > chorus, "How does it help me get up in the morning?" Debating
      theism
      > and abortion, morals and the existance of angels is better than
      > Sominex. Bill
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