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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 planksipĀ® Palindrome at Noon - Logos Gives The Morning Light

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

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. Start with the problem of knowledge, then move on to the problem of conduct, and finally the problem of governence.


Voltaire

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