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51835

Re: achievement, modes of selfisheness

== so to sum up, he does regard Jesus as a genius, but at some parts in his journals he intimates that he himself is more of a genius, and in this regard I
johnstewartmoore
12:00 PM
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51834

Re: achievement, modes of selfisheness

Emerson was greatly impressed with John Brown, and said he would make the noose as sacred as the crucifix. High praise, and uncharacteristic, coming from
johnstewartmoore
11:55 AM
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51833

Re: achievement, modes of selfisheness

The idea of being a “self made man,” and to “follow the American Dream,” are basic to our identity, Are those principles basic to you own identity? ==
johnstewartmoore
11:53 AM
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51832

Re: achievement, modes of selfisheness

Then again, I recall that Emerson wrote a chapter about Napolean in his “representative men.” That chapter never made a great impression on me. The idea of
Daniel Christopher June
Nov 18
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51831

Re: achievement, modes of selfisheness

From: ourpalnietzsche@yahoogroups.com [mailto:ourpalnietzsche@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of johnstewartmoore Sent: Saturday, November 18, 2017 10:29 AM To:
Daniel Christopher June
Nov 18
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51830

Re: achievement, modes of selfisheness

== to spit in Christ’s face. That passage is located in the Harvard edition of the journals only, and it can’t at all be found by searching on the web
johnstewartmoore
Nov 18
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51829

Re: achievement, modes of selfisheness

== Then again, I recall that Emerson wrote a chapter about Napolean in his “representative men.” That chapter never made a great impression on me. The idea
johnstewartmoore
Nov 18
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51828

Re: achievement, modes of selfisheness

I sometimes note that whatever the actuality of an afterlife or other mode of existence, our beliefs in them now very much color and transform our goals and
Daniel Christopher June
Nov 17
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51827

Re: achievement, modes of selfisheness

... == I sometimes note that whatever the actuality of an afterlife or other mode of existence, our beliefs in them now very much color and transform our goals
johnstewartmoore
Nov 15
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51826

Re: achievement, modes of selfisheness

... Is it fair to say that the answer to this question would involve some mode of immortality? It might do. Different modes of immortality belong to very
Daniel Christopher June
Nov 14
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51825

Re: new poem

Here's another one http://john-jsm.wikidot.com/early-october http://john-jsm.wikidot.com/early-october
johnstewartmoore
Nov 14
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51824

Re: Zizek's Event

& if you don;t like Wagner as much as he does you are dismissed as a philistine..
johnstewartmoore
Nov 14
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51823

Re: Zizek's Event

Just finished. At least on the strength of this book I don’t really think he deserves the title of philosopher; he is essentially a literary critic cum
johnstewartmoore
Nov 14
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51822

Re: Zizek's Event

I reading it and am well over half way. He is not as obnoxious as I thought. All I had read of him was his introduction to a book of Adornos’s which appeared
johnstewartmoore
Nov 13
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51821

Update, Allays 840 - 849

Daniel Christopher June to the Students of Life: Greetings! Well today it happened; I got the first nip of that frostbit bug the nip of Christmas. As this
Daniel Christopher June
Nov 12
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