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Question on dialectic. by Anonymous on June 25th, 2010, 7:14 pm
The dialectic. How it is used in history and today? I want to know if my dialectics are too off-course, and how they compare to others. For example—in what sense is Kierkegaard’s dialectic “inverted” compared to Hegel’s? How do qualitative dialectics differ from quantitative?

If you want to see my dialectics, follow this link:
http://theswordandthesacrificephilosoph ... ssary.html
I explain my understanding of the dialectic in other parts of the paper.

You can reply here or e-mail me:

If you know of any textbooks which remain objective in answering my questions, please suggest them to me.

Thanks :)
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Marriage - Do people in Western society give up too easily? by weakmagneto on March 12th, 2012, 10:43 pm
When I read the story below, it sparked an interesting conversation with myself about divorce and marriage. While I learned (from the links I have posted after the story) that it seems that divorce rates are down from the 80's and 90's in both Canada and the US. I asked myself: Why was there such a peak in divorces in the 80's and 90's? Do people in Western Society give up too easily on marriage? Do more divorces occur because our values have changed and we accept that if we are not happy in a situation we can remove ourselves from it? Is it because it is now more acceptable to be divorced as opposed to the societal norms and values of the past where divorces were rare and frowned upon? Does religion/spirituality play a big part in keeping marriages together?

“When I got home that night as my wife served dinner, I held her hand and said, I’ve got something to tell you. She sat down and ate quietly. Again I observed the hurt in her eyes.

Suddenly I didn’t know how to open my mo...

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Spaghetti Cat (I Weep For You) - Parry Gripp by Sisyphus on June 14th, 2010, 12:45 am
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late night refrigeraiders: on the run by Anonymous on March 25th, 2014, 1:12 am
i know that the bull whip was the first invention to break the sound barrier or some oscar meyer sshtick... and that there was a guy name of finneus gage or some that had a metal rod shoot through his head... but what good does that information do without me to process it... and if nothing... is the whole of me merely a part of a greater mechanism and if that is true... what mechanism?
is it ironic here to crack that whip... to cane that rod... strange artifacts... meteorite fiction; where the hunk of space rock, cosmic ore... has strange affect upon its earthly target... kinda gives new meaning to the idea of 'you can take the rock out of the universe, but you can't take the universe out of the rock' ... ...
look to bukowski's tombstone... look at the bust of morrison... look for life out there in the universe... with everything it needs to start inventing new whips and bologna, and having accidents all the way... i wouldn't be surprised if ET and 'God's plan' had to duke it out somewhere...

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Quote by Bill Maher - Religulous by Anonymous on March 29th, 2012, 11:52 am
"The irony of religion is that because of its power to divert man to destructive courses, the world could actually come to an end. The plain fact is, religion must die for mankind to live. The hour is getting very late to be able to indulge in having in key decisions made by religious people. By irrationalists, by those who would steer the ship of state not by a compass, but by the equivalent of reading the entrails of a chicken. George Bush prayed a lot about Iraq, but he didn't learn a lot about it. Faith means making a virtue out of not thinking. It's nothing to brag about. And those who preach faith, and enable and elevate it are intellectual slaveholders, keeping mankind in a bondage to fantasy and nonsense that has spawned and justified so much lunacy and destruction. Religion is dangerous because it allows human beings who don't have all the answers to think that they do. Most people would think it's wonderful when someone says, "I'm willing, Lord!...

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