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    Important!  I think that Socrates and Plato were something...

    I think that Socrates and Plato were something like a philosophical emergency brake, a direct answer to the then improvable theses of the "nature philosophers" (not to mix up with "naturalism").
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    I think men need space to blow their minds free...

    I think men need space to blow their minds free sometimes. Women are more contemplative - closer to the "central fire".

    I do not mean that in any top-down classifying sense.

    Ashera
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    Poll! The problem is this silly thinking in...

    The problem is this silly thinking in oppositions, where at last the "good" pole annihilates the respectively as "bad" defined other pole.

    If we would learn to think complementary, racism - and...
  4. PendaMercia: It is not a lie that I am true to my...

    PendaMercia: It is not a lie that I am true to my wife and do not cheat on her, it is not a lie that my vehicle starts nearly every day so I can truly say I have reliable transportation, it is not a...
  5. PendaMercia: As such the entire system of human...

    PendaMercia: As such the entire system of human existence is founded in the 'convention' of truth.

    Ashera: No, the whole concrete system of "human" existence is a lie, just because of that most...
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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P95NWAHWLrc ...

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P95NWAHWLrc

    http://medien.meyers.de/data/media/28/mlo1539.jpg
    Externsteine, East-West-Phalia
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    Dissecting the Mist ...

    Dissecting the Mist

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NCsnmn17csI
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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r4UQNvpzgMw&feature...

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r4UQNvpzgMw&feature=related
  9. The God who made the iron grow, He wanted no...

    The God who made the iron grow,
    He wanted no slaves.
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    the first LP*s I ever had

    the first LP*s I ever had

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b5eR3aNWcDo&feature=related

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6yhHk_ZV01U

    Ashera
  11. PendaMercia: Extrapolation as opposed to what? ...

    PendaMercia: Extrapolation as opposed to what? Shallow mimicry that cannot possibly replicate the same 'deep-structures' which define and predicate the original?

    Ashera: Opposed to nothing, just...
  12. Thread: Ansu / Aesir

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    Differentiations are always possible with a full...

    Differentiations are always possible with a full stomach and a settled life style. But, if you do not breath, there is no god. And to breath means to eat.




    This is luxurious thinking....
  13. PendaMercia: I agree it is pointless to simply...

    PendaMercia: I agree it is pointless to simply imitate something. Science does move quickly after a slow-kickoff, but a single generation is not enough.

    Ashera: Mimesis and poeisis are the...
  14. PendaMercia: The pattern of behavior that evolves...

    PendaMercia: The pattern of behavior that evolves the entire narrative. But we see the world through a modern lens, which means we see even the myths and sagas through a modern lens. The...
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    Perhaps I should add numbers. Just a minute :) ...

    Perhaps I should add numbers. Just a minute :)

    Ashera

    P.S.: done.
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    Classify Roman Busts

    1.) http://www.co-ventures.com/images/Caligula.jpg

    2.) http://www.co-ventures.com/images/Nero_Glyptothek_Munich_321.jpg

    3.) http://www.co-ventures.com/images/galba.jpg

    4.)...
  17. Thread: Ansu / Aesir

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    rainman: Why sky god? well because that's what...

    rainman: Why sky god? well because that's what our records show to be true, but also because astrology was very important to the ancients.

    Ashera: Whose records? The Roman*s?

    rainman: The...
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    rainman: The original meaning of Asur was...

    rainman: The original meaning of Asur was basically astrology or sky. It is still found preserved in the thousands of year old Vedas in india which are closer to the old Aryan language and traditions...
  19. Thread: Ansu / Aesir

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    Not off topic, forkbeard. First we should ask...

    Not off topic, forkbeard.

    First we should ask what "As" and "Asen" (both with a long "aa") mean. In German/Duitse language we still know and use the word "Aas", it means "carrion". And this...
  20. Thread: Ansu / Aesir

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    "Good" and "evil" are not very useful as...

    "Good" and "evil" are not very useful as epistemological concepts, since they refer to moralistic paradigms, and these are always relative.

    If I study "religious" conceptions I always ask for...
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    http://cd7.e2bn.net/e2bn/leas/c99/schools/cd7/webs...

    http://cd7.e2bn.net/e2bn/leas/c99/schools/cd7/website/images/victorian-maypole.jpg
    May pole dancing.
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    Horst Mahler is too indifferent and got too stuck...

    Horst Mahler is too indifferent and got too stuck in a classical historic perspective, resp. argumenting from a Roman view. This inter alia means: his alienation from the RAF did not go far enough.
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  23. Thread: Might is Right

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    http://www.alternet.org/rights/133273/do_the_secre...

    http://www.alternet.org/rights/133273/do_the_secret_bush_memos_amount_to_treason_top_constitutional_scholar_says_yes/

    Do the Secret Bush Memos Amount to Treason?
    Top Constitutional Scholar Says...
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    Poll! Snow-White and Rose-Red

    Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm. Household Tales.
    The Harvard Classics. 1909–14.

    Snow-White and Rose-Red


    THERE was once a poor widow who lived in a lonely cottage. In front of the cottage was...
  25. In 1904 a strange, disturbing, book appeared in...

    In 1904 a strange, disturbing, book appeared in Duitsland/Germany, by Joerg Lanz von Liebenfels, entitled "Theozoology or the Message about the Sodom-Apelings and the God-Electron".

    This ideas...
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