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  • louise
    well, for what its worth, i dont think analytic existentialism is extant on planet earth. how could any human being live with committed passion whilst
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      well, for what its worth, i dont think analytic existentialism is
      extant on planet earth. how could any human being live with committed
      passion whilst simultaneously conscious of the possibility viewing it
      all as a game? although clearly Kierkegaard's writings pre-date those
      of Wittgenstein (1889-1951), the Dane was illustrating through
      pseudonymous texts, by his method of indirect communication, just such
      an incongruity. this is far from easy to explain, however.
      ultimately, i am convinced by my own experience, that of living and
      that of reading. how that relates to what i may speak/type, towards
      other human hearers/readers, is not something i understand in
      discursive detail. there is simply a process that i trust, including
      duties i find unpleasant. that much is scarcely uncommon, within the
      employments of civilised man. oh well. sleep presents its mild
      beneficent visage, and i shall succumb.

      louise
      ... about three thousand years adrift
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