Tag: Figures of Speech

Figures of Speech is a collection of over 1,500 quotes (and growing) from famous figures of our past. Giants from the past worthy of our remembrance. Co-authorship is recognized on each speech act (blog post). As these tidbits of romantic tendencies arise, 'ent-sprechen' emerges and the reflection subsides, ephemeral yet less so as we culturally transmit the Logos of learning and all that we value. 'O sepi to poli' is courtesy of Aristotle.

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For What Reason?

Cheekiness aside, the reason for reason is self-evident and fractal in nature. Where thoughts converge, reason is present. Gifts of repeatability and the awareness to know better (from worse). If no one is around to tell the story, reason fall silent. So let your words burn, not your planet.

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