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Ambiguity Lightens the Mood or Deadens the Discourse

Fear is far from ideal, so why evoke the God hypothesis? Focus on the Good; intensions are shared amongst the pious and skeptics alike. Pathways to prosperity begin and end with an adaptive and consilient approach to the problems we face as a society.

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Ambiguity Lightens the Mood or Deadens the Discourse

God is a comedian playing to an audience too afraid to laugh.

- Voltaire (1694-1778)

Language Makes Mourning Sad and a planksip Palindrome at Noon - Logos Gives The Morning Light

Language Makes Mourning Sad and a planksip Palindrome at Noon

Ambiguity Lightens the Mood or Deadens the Discourse

Inspired by Voltaire (1694-1778)'s quote, "God is a comedian playing to an audience too afraid to laugh". The titled responsion is...

Fear is far from ideal, so why evoke the God hypothesis? Focus on the Good; intensions are shared amongst the pious and skeptics alike. Pathways to prosperity begin and end with an adaptive and consilient approach to the problems we face as a society. Start with the problem of knowledge, then move on to the problem of conduct, and finally the problem of governence.

Nice Time Reversal

Inspired by George Bernard Shaw (1856-1950)'s quote, "We don't stop playing because we grow old; we grow old because we stop playing". The titled responsion is...

... The Winter Morning is a Warm-Up

Inspired by Wallace Stevens (1879-1955)'s quote, "The summer night is like a perfection of thought.". The titled responsion is...

Iterative Revisionists

Inspired by Eudora Welty (1909-2001)'s quote, "The events in our lives happen in a sequence in time, but in their significance to ourselves they find their own order the continuous thread of revelation". The titled responsion is...

Either or do not manifest in a row or any similar related sequence. Physics is the determiner of the universe, at least the language we use to describe it. Making sense out of sadness, mourning, noon and night give meaning to our brief time on this planet. Let's not ruin it for future sea men.

The Liberating Function of Logos

Inspired by José Saramago (1922-2010)'s quote, "Words were not given to man in order to conceal his thoughts". The titled responsion is...

The utility of the epiphenomenal self is self-limiting, governing and knowing. The logic of language isn't without its rhetoric forme of convincing speech despite the redundancy of its probabilistic tendencies. The safe bet is a prudent strategy of limited abundance and living within the golden mean.

Moanin to Moanin

Inspired by Gabriel García Márquez (1927-2014)'s quote, "The problem with marriage is that it ends every night after making love, and it must be rebuilt every morning before breakfast.". The titled responsion is...

Saying, "moanin", in the morning makes mournings magical. Hey man, what ever floates yout boat! Using language is something that is unique to our species, replicating ambiguity with the broad spectrum of language defines consciousness with, and through a felt experience.

Language Makes Mourning Sad and a planksip Palindrome at Noon - Logos Gives The Morning Light

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