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Since the cat is out of the bag -- This book should be of interest to those who would make a move given the reality of the context of the choices they in fact have

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  • Christopher Knoepfle
    No contextualism is offered here. Such a move flies in the face of signposts so ubiquitous only an ass would deny the blood on his or her smashed face when
    Message 1 of 1 , Nov 4, 2006
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      No contextualism is offered here. Such a move flies in the face of signposts so ubiquitous only an ass would deny the blood on his or her smashed face when they were ignored or rather simply the waste - the waste of opportunity and the ability to act. Negotiations to the contrary already presuppose the privilage, the control, and the reduction that contextualism demands. Thus no reduction will served here. You can create your own as you negotiate the quality of the thing you call your own participation in life. Negotiation is not the problem; it's just Bad Fortune. The worm turns they say, but you are not driving during this period of your life. Don't worry, it gets worse before you get even, a service, unless you don't even try, and then you are simply flotsom - a Left Hand wanker. See you at the end of the tunnel nonetheless if you can read this message.


      The Maestro's Astrology
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      The book is a 238pp argument (55pp Preview) for ordering the dialogues of Plato, which is the prize of Plato scholarship and the heart of astrology. As precursor, consider: � The Last Days of Socrates: Euthyphro, Apology, Crito, and Phaedo is chronologically correct though the "working" order is Euthyphro, Crito, Apology, Phaedo - the reason is given in the book. � Another group: Alcibiades Minor, Alcibiades Major, Symposium, Ion is also �correct� in a different sense - the reason for this grouping is in the book. With these 8 dialogues accounted for, it is possible to give an argument for the remaining 12 dialogues of the early and middle period. With these 20 in place, it is likewise possible to give an account of the remaining 11 dialogues of the later period. Ironically, the investigation begins with the short spuria, which are discussed in great detail. The argument culminates in divination as given by a single dialogue, which requires the entire corpus for its
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