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Is This Site “The Trump Show?!”
govols comments on Oct 21, 2020:
Further up and further in...this "place" is bigger than you imagine.
This is why. []
govols comments on Oct 21, 2020:
Yes. God have mercy..........
Do you think mob rule will come to your city?
govols comments on Oct 21, 2020:
I expect continued unrest, but even should it extend into the city nearby, I don't expect to be fighting brain dead zombies within a dozen miles of my home. I don't expect, but have made my feeble efforts toward "just in case."
WashingtonExaminer: Polls tighten in Pennsylvania.
govols comments on Oct 21, 2020:
Have you seen any intuitively believable explanations from pollsters that they've figured out why they so terribly undercounted Trump support in 2016? I haven't.
This is what FB warnings might as well look like:
govols comments on Oct 21, 2020:
Got Grandbabies? Got Babies? Don't tell them.
govols comments on Oct 21, 2020:
I really want to see the root cause analysis.
It appears to me that jumping straight into the question of wisdom which defines classical ...
govols comments on Oct 21, 2020:
This is a big deal. As some might suspect, I'm sort of fond of the wilderness, wandering around among the obscurities of human thinking, but of late I'm running out of places to hide from their implications. One of the things I'm facing presently is the complete collapse of world view grounding. The reality is that I'm a 20th century mind, living in an utterly incomprehensible 21st century, with an 18th century world view that's really, honestly (and much to my surprise) grounded in a pre-teen's confidence in an antique Protestant faith, the belief in which I grew out of decades ago. If any among us exists in a nihilistic reality it yours truly. Oddly, there's a certain comfort one can take from such a manner of being. I agree that science is the dominant force driving modern thinking, but I'm not persuaded that any of us is really uncertain about the reality of Truths of the classical world view. I say that because even as we're largely scientific materialists in current year, even the damned atheist determinists, Marxist theorists on the material forces of history, hell, even the nothing can possibly be knowable post-modernists cling to meta-physical notions with no relationship to measurable reality. There has to be a way to move this conversation, as difficult as I might find it. Free will is probably an illusion. The ancients knew it was so, in that we were subject to the fates, possessed by the gods, governed by the will of God; us moderns know it, too, but we grasp it scientifically because we no longer share a collection of stories that give the reality of helplessness any meaningful hope that there's a purpose behind it all. That's why the internet is eat up with people doing "meaning-making" content. Well, how about if human agency, moral responsibility, and material determinism are perfectly compatible within a phenomenological framework that simply accepts as TRUE that undergirding all of it there's a plan toward which we're all obliged to aim. Any knowledge we might ever have of the plan can only be revealed through our perceptions of how we got here, and because our personal knowledge of reality is so infinitesimally limited we have no choice but to dig it out in conflict or conversation.
There are 4000+ members in this group, so I hope for 10?
govols comments on Oct 20, 2020:
Upon witnessing its utter inability to mount an effective defense against progressive illiberal ideologies, I've found myself unable to keep faith with, nor draw comfort from, the poetic proverbs of classical liberalism.
Its good to hear that their are people in the UK's parliament that do not think that the contested ...
govols comments on Oct 20, 2020:
Something went wrong...
The new racism []
govols comments on Oct 20, 2020:
The whole mess....
The new racism []
govols comments on Oct 20, 2020:
He's funny as hell.
Hunter Biden story is Russian disinfo, dozens of former intel officials say
govols comments on Oct 20, 2020:
Headline: "story is Russian disinfo" The quote from source: “has all the classic earmarks of a Russian information operation.” My only question: Is it correct information?
Research shows critical race theory is actually making people more racist- [thefederalist.
govols comments on Oct 19, 2020:
It's doing a number on me.
Is this why many Dads repair one thing and break another? ðŸĪŠðŸĪĢ
govols comments on Oct 19, 2020:
All such things begin with a two beer buzz.
I have been taking shots at the democrats for a while now, so let's balance the scale a little here.
govols comments on Oct 18, 2020:
I did vote for him in the 16 primary.
Armed groups say they will show up at polling sites on Election Day
govols comments on Oct 16, 2020:
If Dems are largely voting by mail, and in-person voting is to be largely pro-Trump and/or anti-left, I don't expect any trouble at in-person polling places unless leftists and/or anti-Trump protesters/rioters decide to cause voting disruptions in order to affect the outcome of the election. Don't start nothing, won't be matter how many individuals are in possession of personal arms for their own or the common defense.
Do you suffer from this, too? 😅
govols comments on Oct 16, 2020:
There is a god ? []
govols comments on Oct 16, 2020:
88? Really?!?
Random thoughts I started off here by stating my cynicism concerning philosophy.
govols comments on Oct 15, 2020:
I'll check out the video, but yes, I'm realizing that much of our conversation is about huge abstract ideas, while we treat them as commonly shared collections of words to which meanings we a priori agree. We ought to know better. Also trying to figure out applied pragmatism. Less about big stuff,more about specific policy and the intended outcome v historical outcome of similar prior attempts. I'm enjoying difficulties.
Some in CA want 17 yr olds to vote.
govols comments on Oct 15, 2020:
Why would I trust with a vote somebody I wouldn't trust with a gun? Something close to a Stalin idea...
America, get ready for riots and violence in the streets on election day and weeks and months ...
govols comments on Oct 14, 2020:
I don't think we'll see much greater protestation than is currently on display. Either way.
Amy Coney Barrett Responds to Being Called a "White Colonist" For Adopting 2 Haitian Children - ...
govols comments on Oct 14, 2020:
Some people are simply too dim for the wisdom they've received.
"When I look at the world I'm pessimistic, but when I look at people I am optimistic." - Carl Rogers
govols comments on Oct 14, 2020:
I don't get it. I see the opposite. I see the world as good and people as flawed.
Is your brain privileged with knowledge? Don't go against its privilege. Brain Lives Matter. 😂
govols comments on Oct 14, 2020:
If only I was an animator. I see a fist/thumb talking face in the image.
govols comments on Oct 14, 2020:
Let's educate ourselves. []
govols comments on Oct 13, 2020:
I subscribed.
Okay, forgive me.
govols comments on Oct 13, 2020:
I recently saw Hume targeted as the father of decimating notions of Truth. If the nature of things simply is what it is, you can't have oughts. You can't Reason why from what is. At best we're reduced to impressions of why, where in reality only cause and effect actually exist.
Apparently, Americans are turning away from organised religion, but not becoming atheists.
govols comments on Oct 13, 2020:
I have noticed pantheism, God in all things, more than polytheism.
govols comments on Oct 13, 2020:
I'm not sure I want one but I'd rather like to shoot one a time or two.
Something to consider. I think he would wear one even if it just save two people. Thoughts?
govols comments on Oct 13, 2020:
the link didn't link...
OECD drafts principles for $100bn global corporate tax revolution [ft.
govols comments on Oct 13, 2020:
Name the "treaty" being negotiated so I can find non-subscription sources, please. Why in the hell would a US president be attempting to participate in a global corporate tax structure? The office has such a power delegated where, exactly?
yea i am not alone in this thought
govols comments on Oct 13, 2020:
I'm pretty sure it'll end with, "To Be Continued."
Fake “official” drop boxes set up by California GOP may be in “violation of state law”: ...
govols comments on Oct 12, 2020:
So, is ballot harvesting okay, or not?
WHO Official Urges World Leaders to Stop Using Lockdowns as Virus Control Method Gov.
govols comments on Oct 12, 2020:
I'm so removed from any "lockdown" that I find it difficult to believe they really exist. I'm basically ignoring the existence of covid, doing pretty much everything I always have. Around me stores, bars, restaurants, barber shops...most everything is open, if practicing oddities. One of my favorite places is open with reduced seating, but masks are required to leave your table. Another is just freaking open, as though no rules or recommendations exist. Are you aware of any sites that are sort of tracking rules, policies and impositions around the world?
I'm not trivialising the pandemic or the US election, but the Armenian–Azerbaijani conflict ...
govols comments on Oct 12, 2020:
I don't watch typical corporate news media, but my daily scans of the headlines suggests the story is getting at least an update per day. I haven't paid much attention though. I tend to ignore conflicts around borders, tribes, ethnic splits, etc. Those seem to be the human norm, and too complex for an outsider to understand well enough to figure out justifications.
Yelp pledges to create blacklist of companies accused of racism []
govols comments on Oct 11, 2020:
I want the list...
Makes you think...
govols comments on Oct 10, 2020:
The city is the government entity that switch water supply and failed to treat it properly, causing the damage to old pipes that the city had failed to update, causing lead to leach into water.
Is it me, or does YouTube kinda AI filters even your search results too?
govols comments on Oct 10, 2020:
Yes, google has intentionally broken itself, and nearly the internet in the process.
TownHall: Matt Vespa.
govols comments on Oct 10, 2020:
I've had doubts because I've really not seen any of the polling agencies adequately address the substantial Trump undercount from 2016. They were largely correct in their estimates of Clinton votes, but often wildly wrong on Trump's numbers.
Richard Wolff Proves He's Clueless on Covid & Capitalism []
govols comments on Oct 9, 2020:
Is this guy your only source? He's the only person I've seen you offer up...
Does anyone want to discuss the elephant in the room that this election is ignoring?
govols comments on Oct 9, 2020:
I gave up on it.
If you were to describe Joe Biden's political stance, his past achievements etc.
govols comments on Oct 8, 2020:
I've been aware of Biden most of my grownup life and I can't come up with anything he's accomplished besides winning statewide elections and riding coattails.
On Children Transitioning : What This Means For Gender Do you think children should be able to ...
govols comments on Oct 8, 2020:
Probably no. I tend against at least until we can make some science from all of the experimenting the transition industry has been conducting.
Work ideas where you don't need to interact with people?
govols comments on Oct 8, 2020:
Prostitute. "Johns" aren't people; they're a series of body parts.
I need a hobby...
govols comments on Oct 8, 2020:
I recommend alcohol and woodworking.... No. Really. Don't do that. Work up to it.....
Jesus H.
govols comments on Oct 8, 2020:
Well now...that was...interesting.
Hey, guys, I'm thinking of making this version of this video alongside with the one with the other ...
govols comments on Oct 8, 2020:
How in the hell might a mash-up of old films such as you linked above, along with clips from current "influencers," be formulated into an expose of current efforts by the leftists to undermine cultural stability? It has to be fairly brief, start fast, grab and hold attention....
Oh, my God.
govols comments on Oct 8, 2020:
So, answer me a question: who is your audience?
Gretchen Whitmer: Feds charge six men accused in plot to kidnap Michigan governor
govols comments on Oct 8, 2020:
So, federal agents infiltrate a group of individuals and then arrest them for talking shit with the agents? Sounds familiar.....
Hey, guys, I'm thinking of making this version of this video alongside with the one with the other ...
govols comments on Oct 8, 2020:
Saul Alinski? I'm not sure. Rules for radicals type stuff is pretty much right in alignment with theories on propaganda, disruption of normative values, re-framing narratives, and otherwise promoting subversiveness and/or degeneracy.
[] Interesting take. What are your thoughts on this perspective?
govols comments on Oct 8, 2020:
"Don't sweat the small stuff" only works when there's some big stuff to struggle with. Some fiction rails about how if we are giver a world without hardship we'll unmake the world until we make something...out of spite, if necessary. Thanks for posting this one.
RedState: Cal Cunningham's NC senatorial campaign is being crippled by leaked sexting messages.
govols comments on Oct 8, 2020:
I didn't realized he was accused of...oh, nevermind.
Former social justice warrior Keri Smith explains what social justice ideology is. []
govols comments on Oct 8, 2020:
One of the things that pisses me off about the whole SJW/Critical Theory (really, much of the "postmodern" ways of exploring knowledge, worldviews, ideology, etc) is that to a "classical liberal" manner of thinking there are some useful concepts available. It bothers me that there's a fair amount of baby in the bath water, much as there is in various traditional cultural norms, but right now if feels like the baby ought to be drowned, the water distilled to remove any contaminants, and the still itself incinerated as industrial intellectual hazardous waste.
Former social justice warrior Keri Smith explains what social justice ideology is. []
govols comments on Oct 8, 2020:
If anybody wishes to learn about "white fragility" as theorized by DiAngelo (without paying her), here's the paper she published in 2011 that her book is expanded from:
This is where I want to live!.
govols comments on Oct 8, 2020:
Oddly enough (I suppose?), except where dealing with children and talking to strangers are concerned, that's my typical experience of life.
If we don't win, here's a future photo outside the white house.
govols comments on Oct 7, 2020:
Is that Mitt Romney's Latter Day underwear that Biden's wearing?
"Ughhhhhh!!!!!" says me, an ethnic minority in England. Why segregate? I don't understand.
govols comments on Oct 7, 2020:
I would tend not to attend any "open to all" events that were hosted by an organization that also hosted segregated events that were also closed to some.
I like this group because this is where both theists and atheists gather and decent conversations ...
govols comments on Oct 6, 2020:
I once had to write an essay on this topic. I was in my late thirties at the time, comp 101 as a summer college class. Compare and contrast two articles, one pro and one con, without making an argument on the topic itself. I failed the assignment but got an A on the paper; I made a "slippery slope argument" against assisted dying by using the very points made in the pro article to demonstrate that the conversation surrounding the topic has evolved from end-of-life models through infant medical conditions that can't be treated, to include teenagers suffering depression. My objection to assisted dying isn't strident, nor especially absolutist, but remains; I object to the idea of making it normative. I object to the notion of society allowing assisted death to become a moral "norm," the sort of "norm" that becomes slippery to a point we no longer box it in with limits on WHY we're willing to assist. I spent the past weekend with my mother-in-law. She's 91. If I saw me approaching her current mental acuity I would check out sooner than later. We usually don't get that choice. If she were my pet I would put her down, but she isn't. She's the mother of my wife and my wife loves her dearly. If she were my wife's pet? I think she'd feel guilty for keeping her alive in her suffering, but wouldn't have the courage to "assist" her passing. It's a fucked up thing to think about.
I have found myself increasingly reluctant to read articles of either political persuasion.
govols comments on Oct 1, 2020:
I'm with you. I'm saturated. I scan headlines, if something raises my curiosity I stop reading at the first indication the writer is spinning. I don't need further programming; I'm continually deprogramming as best I can.
What did you learn from the first "presidential" debates?
govols comments on Oct 1, 2020:
The only surprise was the fact it happened at all.
JacksonNought has been banned from this group for some time now, and I don't know why he was banned ...
govols comments on Sep 30, 2020:
I'll vote yes if it's up for a vote.
For those of you who watched the first Presidential debate between Joe Biden and Donald Trump, what ...
govols comments on Sep 30, 2020:
I'm just glad that this year, 2020, gave us this pair to serve as a finale. November and December (and January) are going to be a blast.
"stand back and stand by" What action Trump asking The Proud Boys to stand by for?
govols comments on Sep 30, 2020:
CONTEXT. Wallace: "You have repeatedly criticized the vice president for not specifically calling out Antifa... Trump: "That's right." Wallace: "...and other left wing extremist groups. But are you willing tonight to condemn white supremacists and militia groups..." Trump: "Sure." Wallace: "...and to say that they need to stand down and not add to the violence in a number of these cities as we saw in Kenosha and as we've seen in Portland." Trump: "Sure, I'm willing to do that, but... Wallace: "Are you prepared specifically to do it?" Trump: "...I would say almost everything I see is from the left wing not from the right wing." Wallace: "W what are you saying...?" "I’m willing to do anything. I want to see peace." Wallace: "Well do it, Sir!" BIDEN: "Say it! Do it! Say it!" Trump: "??? you want...what do you want to call them? Give me a name..." Wallace: "White supremacists..." Trump: "...give me a name..." Wallace: "...and white militia." Trump: "....go ahead. Who do you want me... Biden: "Proud Boys!" Trump: " condemn?" Trump: "Proud boys? Proud Boys stand back and stand by; but I’ll tell you what: somebody’s got to do something about Antifa and the left because this is not a right wing problem. This is a left wing problem."
"stand back and stand by" What action Trump asking The Proud Boys to stand by for?
govols comments on Sep 30, 2020:
Same screen, different movie....
Hey guys, ready for some shopping?
govols comments on Sep 30, 2020:
First World problems?
Er... Cavemen go ____________? What's the English onomatopoeia for cavemen protospeech?
govols comments on Sep 29, 2020:
Depends on the word, ugh is fairly standard. I like grok for its double or triple meanings. On some level it tells of the understanding one gets by smashing your thumb while trying to start a nail. On another it's just a caveman's name. On another it's like integrating the Trinity or realizing you'll never understand women. Context helps.
In Mexico, when some piece of food falls to the ground, you tell children that it's been licked by ...
govols comments on Sep 29, 2020:
Three second rule, five second rule.... That's where the dog shit earlier... We don't have a devil kiss that I'm aware of.
Anyone else sick and tired of this twit?
govols comments on Sep 29, 2020:
Completely f*@king whipped. SMH......
People who are voting for Biden. Why?
govols comments on Sep 29, 2020:
If I were justifying a vote for Biden it would be a will to power extended to the progressive forces already IN power throughout the managerial governmental structures, the media, the culture making industries and the universities. That foundation would be trusted to provide a solid support structure for an unqualified vice-presidential nominee who would serve most of his term should he be elected. I don't believe that, but that's how I'd rationalize it if I were to vote for the Democrat's nominees.
Does anyone want detailed instructions on meat bird harvesting with pictures?
govols comments on Sep 29, 2020:
Yes, I'm printing some of that lately. Your addition would be appreciated.
"The Great Reset is a movement within the creative industry to keep hold of the positive ...
govols comments on Sep 28, 2020:
No matter your view of the ideas presented, the fact is there's always a new normal being formed in the present. That's part of why conservatism always fails. It is fighting a losing battle because it never has a vision for the future. It works to preserve rather to form anew. Conservatism is an intellectual defense of "that's how we've always done it." In reality, the passions rule, and they're the creative forces of human nature. It's the people who act in the world governed by and acting on their passions are the ones creating the "the ways we've always done it" that conservatives will defend tomorrow--or even later this afternoon. There are passionate people at the extremes who are actively working to organize networks and communities in which new ways of being are becoming manifested in the real world. Right and left are BOTH right now active trying to build, work, buy, support local tribal ecosystems, trying to get themselves unwound from impersonal global multicult BS ratrace world.
Roe v Wade: Trump says Supreme Court ruling on abortion 'possible'
govols comments on Sep 27, 2020:
I don't understand what you're asking. It IS certainly possible a case will be reviewed by SCOTUS that's related to abortion--or to privacy--that might result in basic suppositions within and resultant from Roe being reconsidered, overturned or limited in scope. The opinion that such a ruling is unlikely is just that: an opinion.
only 9 views...lets change that []
govols comments on Sep 27, 2020:
Can you link us to the text?
The Orwellian Dystopia of Robin DeAngelo's PhD Dissertation" []
govols comments on Sep 27, 2020:
DiAngelo is an insane racist. Reading her BS is an assault on ones own intelligence.
[] sure where to post this but worth listening to
govols comments on Sep 26, 2020:
Try again?
Anyone interested in unbiased (in the sense that the website aggregates articles from both the Left ...
govols comments on Sep 26, 2020:
Democrats will introduce a bill to limit supreme Court Justice terms to 18 years- [redstate.
govols comments on Sep 25, 2020:
It's an idea worth discussing among both populations AFTER the negotiations for the separation and divorce of Red and Blue Americas are completed.
Did you ever have to learn to drive a car with manual shift and was it difficult for you to catch ...
govols comments on Sep 25, 2020:
I learned in a borrowed late 60s Mini Cooper. I stopped at the bottom of a long steep hill and came to a full stop each time I got the clutch fully engaged. By the time I got to the top of the hill I could drive it without trouble. Probably only took a few hundred miles off the clutch disc.
Trump Declines To Promise Peaceful Transfer Of Power : NPR
govols comments on Sep 24, 2020:
Explain to me how a US president can guarantee that there will be no violence among 330-350 million humans, a statistically significant number of whom have already committed to not accepting a loss no matter what.
govols comments on Sep 21, 2020:
It can wait, but it can't wait for long. You're onto something. What does five us dollars buy in Mexico?
That's it. I Kant.
govols comments on Sep 21, 2020:
Yes you kan.
> "“You have good genes, you know that, right?
govols comments on Sep 21, 2020:
You do realize that group, social, sexual selection are part of human racehorse theory? We actually take part in selectively privileging people with traits we admire?
JustTheNews: How Trafalgar Group polling counts Trump voters other polling companies miss.
govols comments on Sep 21, 2020:
Wow. Good catch.
Supreme Court nomination
govols comments on Sep 21, 2020:
No. It doesn't sound familiar.
Trump’s gene comments ‘indistinguishable from Nazi rhetoric’, expert on Holocaust says | The ...
govols comments on Sep 21, 2020:
Good Lord, really? We now can no longer have good genes? Really? I want a new reality. This one is beginning to stink.
Forgot to put one in my pocket - again!
govols comments on Sep 21, 2020:
Oh damn. Rather than the muzzle, I use the collar because "science" say it's least effective. Either way it enrages me whenever I cover my face on command. It honestly makes me hate myself, my neighbors, my community, my State, my country, and my species, for a not too brief period of time. This is going to break me eventually.
How many here walked away from the left.
govols comments on Sep 21, 2020:
Actually, I was a libertarian when I was younger, and left it when I realized it's an ideology that would require shooting free-riders until none remained...and my fellow human find that idea repulsive in far larger numbers than agree to it. I test drove conservatism and classical liberalism, but conservatism doesn't conserve anything of value and classical liberalism leads directly to progressivism and to exactly what we enjoy today: collectivism. I'm currently politically homeless. I'm beginning to think we really ought to unwind the general government and revert sovereignty back to the individual States. Maybe or maybe not then constitute a few sectional confederations. For now I'm pretty much a nationalist, but grudgingly so.
Sigh, it's impossible for me to keep working on previous projects.
govols comments on Sep 20, 2020:
Con you use US proxi servers to search in Spanish for conservative Latino forums to promote your videos? I've made links to comments on the few places I've been able to find, but link only might be ineffective.
Do you remember this? ðŸĪĢ []
govols comments on Sep 18, 2020:
I had a hand-me-down computer in the 90s, a 486. I would have to reformat the hard drive every couple of months to keep it running on its last leg. I had to use the modem at 14k to download the driver for the CD-rom in order to update the op-system to windows 95. Only then could I get the modem driver to update so that it would do 56k.
My holiday plan rapidly shrinking in my head. 😂
govols comments on Sep 17, 2020:
Somebody my wife and I care about is getting married in October and we still don't know if we'll attend because we don't yet know what rules will apply to either the venue or to the territories through which we'll have to travel to get there. The whims of each place the path flows through helps determine the paths that we're willing to follow...
In another thread [slug.
govols comments on Sep 17, 2020:
I think we're going to have to come up with wisdom that stands outside of reality as science might know it, but that works at the level of how individuals experience being within it. I have an idea that you can't do wisdom and science simultaneously; wisdom and knowledge are not the same thing. Wisdom is looking at the meaning we can assign to beauty, goodness, justice, etc., GIVEN what we think we know about reality. If we think reality is deterministic, if humans are limited by genetics and constructed within those limits by environmental factors, then what does it mean to the experience of being? Wisdom is about integrating the reality of the world with the ways we experience that reality. There won't be A correct philosophy, a single set of wisdom across time and space, because reality for us is what we experience rather than the current location and intensity of material and force.
PopularMechanics: The Air Force designed, built a flew a brand new, next-gen fighter in a year.
govols comments on Sep 16, 2020:
If your narrow the design to JUST knocking down planes built to multi-task, it get easier?
Dad: Will you get off the Internet?
govols comments on Sep 16, 2020:
5G is being built in order to facilitate wireless VR porn.
This post comes from a conversation I am having with Krunoslav.
govols comments on Sep 16, 2020:
This is the conversation we'll be having as AI and automation turn more and more of us into obsolete production equipment. I have a sick idea that this is what's driving globalism, and the idea of stacking us like cord.wood into mega-cities, and the targets toward population reductions and sustainable development.
Custom Hoops
govols comments on Sep 15, 2020:
Dear God, soon?
So we decided to explore how wisdom (philosophy) relates to psychology.
govols comments on Sep 15, 2020:
You're kinda embracing the new role, aren't you? I've been on this for a bit, the whole free will and behavioral conditioning. I'm not sure where it's taking me yet. It feels like science is wrong about free will and Theory is wrong about constructionism. It feels like their is a human mind that exceeds the biological processes of the brain dealing with environmental stimuli. It feels like a weird mix of individual conscience as emergent from the phenomenological human experience of the expectations emanating from the culture within which the individual is formed. I am a product of my raising, but within the framework of that reality I have a certain amount of control over how I will fit myself into society.
I was brought up by agnostic parents.
govols comments on Sep 15, 2020:
It sounds like you were being raised into the remnants of a moral tradition, but not handed down the stories it was rooted in.
I'm going to take a detour from the on going discussion of wisdom as philosophy and philosophies ...
govols comments on Sep 14, 2020: From just last week.
The pursuit of normality is the ultimate sacrifice of potential. – Faith Jegede
govols comments on Sep 14, 2020:
The pursuit of abnormality is the ultimate sacrifice of cooperation?
I need to ask a serious question to the Christian members of this group: Do you still believe in ...
govols comments on Sep 14, 2020:
I'm not sure that keeping the faith is that hard for believers IF their faith is developed later in life, or if it survives through teens and twenties. My own experience is that, as children begin to lose "wonder," gain "science" and reason, it's easy to learn enough about the world to become doubtful that God is neither sufficient for nor necessary to an understanding of reality. As one gets deeper and deeper into reality, especially into relationships, science and reason begin to also seem less and less sufficient, though reason seems to remain at least relevant, and probably necessary. I guess what I'm saying is, if you maintain a grip on faith through your introduction to modern "knowing," or turn to faith as a result of realizing how inadequate modern "knowing" really is for emotional well-being, it only deepens the longer one accepts it and trusts in it...

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Now You Are Talking With
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