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It's a forward motion of the möbius that strips us of our free will and defines our identity. However, the alternative is environmental when, as reality has it, complacency is the "chosen" pathway to prosperity.

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Try, Try Again!

Failure is instructive. The person who really thinks learns quite as much from his failures as from his successes.

- John Dewey (1859-1952)

Pair-Bonded Bifurcation and the Möbius Methods that Bond

Pair-Bonded Bifurcation and the Möbius Methods that Bond

Try, Try Again!

Inspired by John Dewey (1859-1952)'s quote, "Failure is instructive. The person who really thinks learns quite as much from his failures as from his successes". The titled responsion is...

It's a forward motion of the möbius that strips us of our free will and defines our identity. However, the alternative is environmental when, as reality has it, complacency is the "chosen" pathway to prosperity. The ignition, or spark of anticipated action, is a strategy of sorts to game Game theory itself. Mathematically rigorous, cheaters do exist as a percentage of our population and should be viewed as revealing necessities of our collective consciousness. Onward and upward implies transcendence, unless of course you're moving backwards, then, as the dogmas our world demand, it's just the inevitable and evolutionary "dissent" of man towards evil. Romanticism typically advocates for a return to the values and lifestyles of the past. I am a romantic at heart and a technocrat of sorts, combining a poetic love of literature with all the benevolent possibilities Prometheus has to offer. The choice is ours as to how we let technology shapes us, the forme is an imagining of a virtuous life directed by outcomes and the Telos of perfecting a life worth living.


John Dewey

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