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    2. Doesn't this assume that people are conscious and in control of their emotions? I think that's a very hard claim to make.
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      A colleague of mine suggested I read some Jacques Lacan. She isn't my friend anymore....... Can someone please tell me what Lacan is on about? Maybe it's just me but I tried reading some of the Ecrits but he's just maddening to get through. And I haven't even gotten to his "algebra"....
    4. Am I the only one here who thinks that COVID-19 is a perfect example of how bad we are at recognizing Nature? (sorry but I'm still on my first coffee)
    5. @petrichor sorry to hear about your friend and i hope he's ok. all I can say is that i'm glad a vaccine is on the way (or several). i never thought i'd be so eager for things to return to normal!
    6. Essay Writing service?? I was goingt o say hello and good morning but you are oh so banned..
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    12. I had a cursory look at this; what I really like about it is that it tackles anthropocentrism, which will always get vigorous thumbs-up from yours truly. What made me giggle a bit is that at the same time the author sort of reinstates this anthropocentrism by suggesting at a couple of points that we can "improve" on Nature.
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    14. Hello everyone, Just a shout-out to one of my students Alexei, who managed to score the second-highest rank in his year for a recent analysis SAC! Congratulations Alexei, and keep up the great work! 👍
    15. @petrichor, I'm so sorry to hear about this. Where does your friend live? Now America I hope...unfortunately, that place is a disaster and not getting better anytime soon. I wish I could say more, but all I can really do is wish your friend well in these crazy times. I hope he and his family are all right.
    16. good to hear that people are still alive and well after a time away. things here have been better...muy friend's caught COVID and he's afraid that he's given it to his whole family (including his 5 yr-old daughter). He's understandable freaking out right now and at his wit's end because he's been reading about all the symptoms after COVID, what I think some Canadian researchers have begun to call the "long-hauler" conditions.
    17. I read this and couldn't help sharing it here. Would be interested in the collective opinions. https://thelogicofscience.com/2016/04/12/dying-the-way-that-nature-intended-appeal-to-nature-fallacies/
    18. Well, I'm buried under a pile of preparatory reading (as always) for my next writing project. To be honest, COVID didn't change that much for me - I was an academic shut-in before and that's continued largely unchanged. It's still a bit strange to see the streets still deserted, even if things seem subliminally geared towards a re-opening (at least that's what the reno work and lights on in storefronts behind locked doors seem to suggest).
    19. Hope everyone is staying safe in life under COVID. How is everyone doing?
    20. That hair dude, that hair! But I have a book of his and he looked way different when he was younger...almost like Byron.
    21. Im thinking of Wordsworth's Prelude. He said it was "the growth of a poet's mind.," so....
    22. So...given the current state of Trump America, is it possible for the country to sublate its current circumstances to a higher plateau of knowledge?
    23. Well not sure about that mate. Language shapes the way we see the world so if changes made in language last long enough they will soak into our consciousnesses and make us perceive the world differently, right?
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