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windego shrill landscape by Anonymous on May 12th, 2014, 2:38 am
back in the late 80's or early 90's there was a commercial for the internet where some girl was standing in the middle of a desert wispering in hushed tones about 'it' and how 'it' was 'coming soon' or some tripe about the future of consumerism and commercialism and materialism and computers and the margins of society expanding... at least thats what it sounded like
they will clear cut hundreds of acres over night pulp the wood into mulch... for flower beds... all hail empirical progress... they will bring the mountains to the valley for mere pebbles... slurry the sea floor...process then process then process then process them again until they are fishsticks... sell them in freezer section aisles right next to the fudgesicles and hungry man dinners...
scoff... who indeed... doth cast the first stone... throwing the stupid rock to the horizon then picking it up and going on to throw it again... then chase it down and pick it up and throw it again... and do it all over again... we are aimless...

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Quasi-Realism - Cain Samuel Todd by Anonymous on April 17th, 2011, 2:18 pm
Quasi-Realism, Acquaintance, and the Normative Claims of Aesthetic Judgement.
From The British Journal of Aesthetics, 44:3, 2004, pp.277-296.

Cain Samuel Todd rightly moves away from the strict normativity imposed by Kant, upon which Robert Hopkins grounded his account of quasi-realism's failiure to account for aesthetic autonomy. Because Hopkins' account amounted to little. Todd explores an option of separate origins. He rightly moves away from the strict normativity imposed by Kant, upon which Hopkins grounded his account of quasi-realism's failure to account for aesthetic autonomy. In doing so, Kant's demands that divergent judgements entails a fault amongst disagreeing parties needn't be granted (p.281).

Todd distances his project from that of standard expressivism. According to the theory Todd develops, attitudes simpliciter are not what aesthetic judgements express. Experiences instead...

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by the beards of Hessen... by Anonymous on March 27th, 2014, 10:10 am
T + sadism is easily mistakable for the sociological phenomenon associated with a 'perfect storm' (*cliche) of extenuating circumstances... call it the rivalry of ages... as in the pre-modern/present... and the irrelevancy of the past... not that the past is obsolete... and in fact the opposite... the past is the final innovation...
no... to isolate those who merely cut at the skin of the web of connectivity, makes them all the more of brand... and which is the greater good... to incorporate the 'glaring inequality of understanding and of ability to communicate in absentia...'etc. etc.. into the collective identity of the human race (*cliche)... basically... to believe your self an evolution unto itself merely because you possess an adaptation which has served YOU well does not alone secure your prodigy in the house of things to come...
as for the low, the filth, the weak... fear not the ostrasization for spelling out massive ignorance and uncertain...

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Anti-sperm antibodies in male and female by Anonymous on April 27th, 2014, 1:12 pm
Anti-sperm is what reduces male sperm fertility. The larger the concentration of antibodies, the less likely a pregnancy will occur. Sperm antibodies are formed in response to antigens. These antigens are proteins, which appear in the outer sperm membrane as the young sperm cells develop in within male testes. In a male’s body these sperms are called foreign invading proteins which, is most likely to be attacked. The male sperm and blood is not to come into contact with one another. There is a barrier that keeps these two from coming in contact. This barrier is a cellular structure in the testes. This is formed by “so-called Sertoli cells”. This brings them closely against each other, forming tight junctions that separate the developing sperm cells from the blood and prevent immunologic stimulation. This is barrier can be broken by physical and/or chemical injury or by infection. When this does happen the sperm and blood can be in contact and launch a immunologic attack.
Whether this is in...

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Understanding Deep Nature by Anonymous on August 20th, 2009, 5:06 pm
In order to understand the deep nature one must temporarily forgo a reliance on the mind; such understanding is only a result of awareness as a result of pure consciousness, and cannot be formulated or reasoned. The mind is a tool designed for a purpose; deep nature goes beyond this purpose. Consciousness is the tool of ascension.
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