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    louise Mar 1, 2013
  • Dick, It was me, not Mary, whose words you are quoting. I tried to say too much in few words, and probably came to the wrong conclusion anyway. And I do not think that life is symbolic. Really, I need to have more intellectual energy before I can say what I meant to say. Thinking does not come as easily as it used to. Louise Re: Life not symbolic is Nihilism?? --- In existlist@^$1...
    Louise Aug 9, 2012
  • --- In existlist@^$1, "Mary" wrote: > > You are confused, because saying life has no objective meaning, purpose, or intrinsic value means it does have subjective meaning, purpose, and the value you give it. > > Mary > I agree with you, Mary, although I might substitute the word 'can' for 'does'. The impression I have had from reading Nietzsche, and Heidegger's interpretations of...
    Louise Aug 8, 2012
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  • You can only lie about what you know? [You can only lie about what you know. Contrary Mary ] Rubbish NOT SO. You don't seem to have learned fuck all. Anybody can LIE about things which they DONT know. By just inventing a fictitious story about something or somebody and then talking or writing of it as though they knew it to be a fact – like YOU DO you silly old cow. Priestcraft...
    Louise Aug 8, 2012
  • http://uk.news.yahoo.com/it-s-raining-seaweed--town-20-miles-from-coast-covered-by-smelly-marine-algae.html A topical story - a true one, I assume, since it's "in the news". Dick, you talk so much about what you know, and yet on occasion you get up on the high horse, and it is just unapt, to describe Mary as ignorant on this point of language. Stinky and smelly are synonymous in...
    Louise Aug 8, 2012
  • Fret and fiddlestick, why are people different? Why do people like reading books? And others not? "One man's meat is another man's poisson." Why prefer quotation to original thought? The secret is interest. Yours is only your own, unless it's shared. Why not consider a philosophy group to be like a social gathering? If so, some mighty odd behaviour goes on. Or why does it become a...
    Louise Jul 30, 2012
  • Fret and fiddlestick, why are people different? Why do people like reading books? And others not? "One man's meat is another man's poisson." Why prefer quotation to original thought? The secret is interest. Yours is only your own, unless it's shared. Why not consider a philosophy group to be like a social gathering? If so, some mighty odd behaviour goes on. Or why does it become a...
    Louise Jul 30, 2012
  • Mary, I know you to be sane and truthful. Your recent remark about Bill was somewhat enigmatic and uncharacteristic, or so I thought. I don't have your confidence, necessarily, in the extent of future progress in science, and neither do I have Bill's confidence in probability, in cases like this. Something experienced and corroborated by others' experience, deserves at least a...
    Louise Jul 15, 2012
  • I watched the 'North and South' series on the laptop not so long ago - it must have been after you posted links. Yes, impressive acting, and affecting storylines, so thanks for that :-)). L. --- In existlist@^$1, "rwr" wrote: > > Ahh, I don't know that part of the world at all. Never got up that far > when I was commercial Travelling and never been there on holliday. It > sounds...
    Louise Jul 10, 2012
  • Merlin, Today I travelled with a friend to Low Burnhall wood, just south of Durham, and the fine mizzling rain was just perfect, somehow, complementing the broad, calm, meandering river Wear and the trees and flower meadows around us. Now, back at home, the skies are still grey, and it is cool. Heavy rain forecast for tomorrow. Louise --- In existlist@^$1, "rwr" wrote: > > Fourteen...
    Louise Jul 10, 2012