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Use Your Illusion in this Land of Logos

The utility of the epiphenomenal self is self-limiting, governing and knowing. The logic of language isn't without its rhetoric forme of convincing speech despite the redundancy of its probabilistic tendencies.

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Use Your Illusion in this Land of Logos

Words were not given to man in order to conceal his thoughts.

- José Saramago (1922-2010)

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

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

Use Your Illusion in this Land of Logos

Inspired by José Saramago (1922-2010)'s quote, "Words were not given to man in order to conceal his thoughts". The titled responsion is

The utility of the epiphenomenal self is self-limiting, governing and knowing. The logic of language isn't without its rhetoric forme of convincing speech despite the redundancy of its probabilistic tendencies. The safe bet is a prudent strategy of limited abundance and living within the golden mean.


José Saramago

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