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  1. @traumaturgist I'm not so sure about the religion part. Should we treat all religions as equal? and do all of them represent equal membership and investment in a western culture? I know this very easily opens up accusations of discrimination against religions, but they are different aren't they? wiith different investments in what a western culture is? I also disagree with the author's emphasis on the way a society "looks" which seems to want to promote a superficial understanding of issues without exploring them further.
  2. that's great news....congrats! 👍 The book chapter sounds particularly interesting. Can you say something more about it? I know Sartre has a volume on "Existential Psychology" so I wonder if your material has any bearing on how psychology relates more broadly to existentialism (or existential issues in general).
  3. That's amazing...I haven't tacked Either/Or yet but who is writing that exactly? I mean in Either/or since Kierkegaard was a pseudonymous writer? and why wouldn't memory instill hope? isn't that all we have for going forward into a future that we can't know?
  4. well right now I dabble in Sartre but without the time presently in my own existence to read anything heavy (oh, the irony)...more of the existentialist mindset in my own life right now. I have read some Kierkegaard though.
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  6. estranger.

    boldface text

    Since I'm new here I thought I would ask: why is all my text in bold when I enter forums posts? I check the editor but the B isn't highlighted.
  7. No more video....yet another consciousness denied haha...
  8. estranger.

    thank you

    hi everyone, I just thought i would post and say thank you to @Gord Barentsen for not only letting me join liquidfractal but also allowing me to host my blog on his server. so here's the shameless plug: existential.space – the language of somewhere else. WWW.EXISTENTIAL.SPACE for ramblings on politics, philosophy, the meaning of life, and some other rants and observations. maybe i will see some of you there!
  9. My favourite is "Total Revenue Generated by Arcades" correlates with "Computer Science Doctorates Awarded in the US" 😆 How random and spurious are these?
  10. OK i can't help but be a bit ambivalent over a big "Humanity" sign because I'm a cynical existentialist...but an existentialist I remain :book2:

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