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10. This beauty, this aesthetic is foremost the forme we should follow. The ancient Greeks gave us this.

This beauty, this aesthetic is foremost the forme we should follow. The ancient Greeks gave us this. Proof from abstraction was hellenic in origin. This ethic is a continuation. An

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This beauty, this aesthetic is foremost the forme we should follow. The ancient Greeks gave us this.

Proof from abstraction was hellenic in origin. This ethic is a continuation. An epic in thought, however truncated, Christianized, bastardized, plagiarized, colonized, capitalized, and even Marxized. Martin Heidegger returned to the Dasein. That’s a “good-a-place-as-any” to start. Round-and-round we go on this inward spiralling circle called philosophy.

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