More or Less - o sepi to poli
The truth is rarely pure and never simple.
- Oscar Wilde (1854-1900)
More-or-less is the welded watch-word for Aristotle's phrase, "o sepi to poli". For the most part, more-or-less, o sepi to poli! Forget Jesus as the fictionalized hero, the new meridian is Norm! The snippet below will expand on this phrase, as well as give the writer a variety of starting points and foundational intellectual material from which to stand and see further!
Snippet Code: p.osepitopoli
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