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February 22, 2010


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Frank Ch. Eigler

jj, I would be a poor representative of an amateur philosopher to defend this or that. I see no contradiction between marveling at the world in all its mysterious gore and glory, and expecting that our minds will grasp as much of it as we really try. I can't logically contradict the belief that some domains will be forever unreachable to intellect, merely find it kind of pessimistic and sad.

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