Would you take a look at my latest thread and comment on it please? I'm not sure that there are many here who will get it bar yourself and say Rav, but maybe a contributor of your calibre could help get the ball rolling a little. http://www.sciforums.com/showthread.php?115282-Critiquing-the-enlightened
I warn you it is a bit of a dig at everyone, but the philosophical position I am trying to forge (as a new term/type of position) Non-fixedism is an interesting though highly confounding idea even for I who conceive of it (or not as the case may be; hard for me to pin down); your take on it would be much appreciated :)
Sorry. Bloody internet playing up, and this happens.
Hi SciWriter. Fully enjoy reading your insight. Curious to know more about who you are and some of your general beliefs and perspectives...do you have published works out in the world of literature? Or blogs or something of that nature?
i hope you do not mind but i noticed you mention your books on amazon, and left your name whilst speaking to arkonos onhere. so i did a search and saw your back catalogue. obviously you are a pretty prolific writer. i was just wondering if you have ever written a novel?
Perhaps you're right, but like you said, with technology these days its not knowledge that I don' have access to, it's wisdom. Of course, this forum may play host to some brilliant minds, but I fear that there are those who are knowledgeable and those who are wise and that sometimes its hard to tell the difference between the two.
Of course, Nick, but you do seem to know much of the basics, which is what counts, and especially being in school keeps them fresh. Wish I could remember all that I knew in college, which certainly helped me move up fast in the Army when was drafted in '71, even into the DIA, but now we have Google, and so I don't have to remember what I forgot. SciForum is my newest school of learning. Some sharp people here.
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