Affect is closer to effect than we care to admit, dogma destroys the dichotomy with causalities of affections; certitudes pleading for validation. In the air and up for discussion is whether or not the dog can smell your emotional state?

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And Dogma Destroys

Memory believes before knowing remembers. Believes longer than recollects, longer than knowing even wonders.

- William Faulkner (1897-1962)

Friends Among Us (2020) by Philosopher Daniel Sanderson
I don't like that word, Dogma - Another planksip® Pedadoggy

I don't like that word, Dogma - Another planksip® Pedadoggy

Affect is closer to effect than we care to admit, dogma destroys the dichotomy with causalities of affections; certitudes pleading for validation. In the air and up for discussion is whether or not the dog can smell your emotional state?  

William Faulkner

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