New philosophy blog: beggars and language.

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ubermensch
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New philosophy blog: beggars and language.

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It's been a while: school, work and travel are heavy things to juggle.

I have begun a new blog, centering around philosophy, politics and business (usually a combination the three).

I really subscribe to the idea that Mill's puts forward in 'On liberty'. To really understand your own viewpoint and the criticisms to it, and therefore to have an informed opinion, you have to open yourself to debate.

With that in mind, I'd really love to get some debates and discussions going on the blog and on this site.

Hopefully this is okay with the mods? if not, give me a spanking and I'll do as I'm told.

feedback, good or bad, would be really appreciated.

I'm two in. I like to try and keep it short, so no excuse for you lazy people either!

www.singtoyoursoul.wordpress.com
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Re: New philosophy blog: beggars and language.

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Visited your blog...



Why don't you just articulate your thoughts here?



Maintaining a blog seems like a lot of work
and you don't get the exposure or audience that you have here.










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ubermensch
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Re: New philosophy blog: beggars and language.

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Powerful .gif response. I won't lie, I had to take a breather after that one. You cut me deep.

The blog is something new to me, evidently. I see it as a platform to write down my thoughts. Pretty much a journal that anyone can pick up and read, maybe have a chat if they fancy it.

That said, I take your point on board.

I'll try and work with both platforms as it stands. Perhaps when work gets in the way I'll have to choose philosophy now or blog, as it stands, they aren't mutually exclusive.

Any thoughts on beggars and words? :lol:

P.S.

Nice mockery of my random use of the bold function. You have to admit though, it really catches the eye.
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Re: New philosophy blog: beggars and language.

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ubermensch wrote:...
P.S.

Nice mockery of my random use of the bold function. You have to admit though, it really catches the eye.
No mockery at all, he writes like that all the time. :roll:
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Re: New philosophy blog: beggars and language.

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Arising_uk wrote:
ubermensch wrote:...
P.S.

Nice mockery of my random use of the bold function. You have to admit though, it really catches the eye.
No mockery at all, he writes like that all the time. :roll:
Huh. I did the same on the blog.

Great minds!
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Re: New philosophy blog: beggars and language.

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Come on guys!

Somebody here must want to explain how wrong i am and tell me not to quit my job.

Or, tell me how awesome i am and ask me how to fund my first book!

Any takers?
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ubermensch wrote:Come on guys!

Somebody here must want to explain how wrong i am and tell me not to quit my job.
You've not really said anything yet.

I wouldn't leave the day-job just yet. Not unless you can afford to that is.
Or, tell me how awesome i am and ask me how to fund my first book!
Why would I ask you how to fund your first book? Surely this statement means you know.
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Re: New philosophy blog: beggars and language.

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Arising_uk wrote:
ubermensch wrote:Come on guys!

Somebody here must want to explain how wrong i am and tell me not to quit my job.
You've not really said anything yet.

I wouldn't leave the day-job just yet. Not unless you can afford to that is.
Or, tell me how awesome i am and ask me how to fund my first book!
Why would I ask you how to fund your first book? Surely this statement means you know.
In the sense that you want to invest in me; fund me In terms of a bank transfer, cheque or cash. I was joking around.

Haha, just bumping the thread/ trying to spark some discussion.
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