Re: [Kierkegaardians] Re: Meddy's ? & Willy's Speculation; Part
- Bill -- you don't know anything about my opinions about sex, because I
haven't written about them, and you don't know anything about my opinions
about Religiousness B, because you don't know how to read.
Willy gets that the point of the passage of mine he quoted was "transferred
language." I was applying this to religious experience in general, and the
transition to Religiousness B in particular, but did not tie it directly to
any specific Kierkegaard quotation, no.
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- --- In email@example.com, "James Rovira"
>Jim R., Just where is the fantasy? Where does the fantasy begin?There is no need for you go down that road, but I'd like to know
where you think I begin going wrong? What is the wrong first step, in
other words? Bill
> Bill, you keep on enjoying that fantasy narrative, and I'll know notto
> bother ....
> Jim R
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