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  • --- In existlist@^$1, "Mary" wrote: > > Bill, > > I support causes I agree with but not by joining organizations or by giving money. I do so at the risk of my individualism but for the sake of my authenticity. I petition, vote, and speak out wherever allowed. I'm ecstatic the House passed the expanded VAWA, and I don't feel this kind of activism violates my existentialist...
    William Mar 11, 2013
  • --- In existlist@^$1, "Mary" wrote: > > Bill, > > I support causes I agree with but not by joining organizations or by giving money. I do so at the risk of my individualism but for the sake of my authenticity. I petition, vote, and speak out wherever allowed. I'm ecstatic the House passed the expanded VAWA, and I don't feel this kind of activism violates my existentialist...
    William Mar 1, 2013
  • --- In existlist@^$1, "Mary" wrote: > > Bill, Jim, h... > > I think another characteristic which also fits the conspiracy believer is that strange combination of cynicism, incredulity, and naivete. Also perhaps the need to belong to something greater than themselves alone. It's a blend of thinking governments and the wealthiest control history and that no one person or small group...
    William Feb 28, 2013
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  • --- In existlist@^$1, "Jim" wrote: > > I've enjoyed reading the recent exchange between Bill, Mary and h on the question of what existentialism is and what its significance is in the twenty-first century. > > I agree with Mary that an existentialist must have some sort of connection with at least one of the main existentialist writers – Kierkegaard, Nietzsche, Heidegger, Sartre...
    William Feb 28, 2013
  • --- In existlist@^$1, "existlist" wrote: > > --- In existlist@^$2, "William" wrote: > > Mary and h, Your posts are provacative of thought to me. That h fears he will croak if he creates his personal philosophy resonates with me in that when I renounced religion I figured I might get zotsed for the effort. > > === > No, reread what I said. I am not afraid of dying, I'm afraid of...
    William Feb 27, 2013
  • --- In existlist@^$1, "Mary" wrote: > > --- In existlist@^$2, "existlist" wrote: > > >No, I haven't written a personal philosophy because I feel that as soon as I'd > write it, it would be dead. This existence seems to be in flux. Maybe that is > what my philosophy could be. One word: Flux.< > > Vicissitude is what led me to existentialism, which in itself isn't an intrinsically...
    William Feb 26, 2013
  • A labor leader has died. I miss him deeply. Our sergeant our warrior , he is gone. He would not hand over his name to the local press so I only heard through confidential union scorces. He fought for workers with crowbar and fists. I cannot, will not, tell the awsome tales but it must be said he was fearless in conflict as when he was a ranger in Korea. He would only tell Army of...
    William Feb 25, 2013
  • Probably the most clever title I have encountered. Bookdoc can write in the ranges of lost perspective and I know he only wants the exposure on nondiscriminate ocassions. But I tell you ,my friend , you are a part of this adventure . Your battles with Trinidad should be read. Madness V.s the absurd. I will not nominate the speakers because with a little luck they are both alive and...
    William Feb 25, 2013
  • --- In existlist@^$1, "existlist" wrote: > > --- In existlist@^$2, "William" wrote:[...] > You probably are not a pounder as you say fuck. [...] > ===Bill,I wondered what a 'pounder' is, did some googling and found out > it is slang for a cop and some kind of weak athlete but I didn't think > you meant either of those things when you said I wasn't one. Then I > simple searched...
    William Feb 25, 2013
  • Oh by the way,h. You do care about Dick Chaney. If you are not smart enough to fear Chaney you just don`t get it at all. I met him many years ago on his turf,Wyoming, and it was a bracing experience. Dick does not look at you he looks through you. I fear him as much as I feared Nixon because those hard liners have the strength of their convictions. They are viscious convictions but...
    William Feb 24, 2013