What Does Philosophy Mean to You? - 5 Words or Less

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Bill Wiltrack wrote:.
Off-tracking does not just happen!

You're right, it is usually intentional, like thumbing your nose at someone you don't like, much like philosophy.
BTW, did I make the 5 word limit?
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Re: What Does Philosophy Mean to You? - 5 Words or Less

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Re: What Does Philosophy Mean to You? - 5 Words or Less

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Bill Wiltrack wrote:.

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BTW, you missed by about 995 words.
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Re: What Does Philosophy Mean to You? - 5 Words or Less

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marjoramblues wrote:Moving conversation; tracking-off elsewhere:

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To clarify; use of words

'Moving' used as adjective to describe 'conversation' in general, meaning that philosophy can be stimulate brain cells and even change minds.
'Tracking-off' ambiguous, can be physical movement of e.g. posts, or jumping-off point to 'elsewhere' - another stream of thought.

The AS/M discussion started out, not particularly as a 'thumbs-up', but as an expansion of thought.
It inspired another thread to which AS very thoughtfully moved our conversation.

Edit: not 'thumbs-up', but 'thumbing-nose action'
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Everything that matters but science.
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