Recieved: 2001/03/18 04:53
Subject: Re: [K-list] The Fiona Paradox
On 2001/03/18 04:53, v posted thus to the K-list:
you arte certainly looking for a fight, but about what?
You are TOO serious, eh?
I'm stubborn - I'll fight science! (just for amusement's sake)...
> For the group
> Just like Mystress, I find these continual hopeless convolutions (including
> my own) about biological determinism highly amusing (see remarks below). The
> fact that we are all pressed to reach a consensus of some sort reminds me
> that few of us have truely grown up. Afterall isnt wisdom about discerning
> the differences between things that look alike as opposed to the
> similarities between those that dont. [rhetorical] The fact that the
> universe turns out on enquiry to be unintelligible only serves to fortify
> our ingrained conviction that experience is reality. Remember the universe
> may utlimately prove to be irrational! [something I know many of you [like
> myself] will avoid dealing with...]
> Re: Humour. A brush with the numinous sends the ego into the paroxysm we
> call humour...literally a spasm in recognition of the "other" and a "tragic"
> recognition thereof that its purpose is in its removal. Yes Angelique,
> humour certainly IS the acid test of the truth...but why if that is the case
> arn't I laughing?!
> Sorry to pontificate like that folks, but somebody needed to stir the
> broth...it was going stale!
> >From the heart and the head
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