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society come to polish off the self

I need complete silence for as many hours of every day and as many minutes of every hour and as many seconds of every minute as I can get. 108 more words

Creative Writing

Ecstatic Memetics: Wellbeing and Free Will

Wellbeing is the same for all humans. It is a structural meme. It is a constraint for biological and emotional survival.

In addition to the ability to detect and manipulate meanings and free will, wellbeing is a constraint for human existence. 169 more words


Shifting Reality

“Go and tell John what you have seen and heard: the blind receive their sight, the lame walk, lepers are cleansed, and the deaf hear, the dead are raised up, the poor have good news preached to them.” 90 more words



what do they matter,
these poems
in their worn kitschy shoes;
precocious words
wobbling on seashell soles,
deconstructing life,
building rhymes on lost free will; 103 more words


Predestination vs. Free Will

from the April 01, 2008 eNews issue
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“The secret things belong to the Lord our God, but the things which are revealed belong to us and to our children forever…” 713 more words


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Response to a "Hard Incompatibilist"

This is my response (with minor grammatical edits) to Trick Slattery’s new post at http://breakingthefreewillillusion.com/compatibilism-vs-skepticism/

Good morning,

1) What is the layman really thinking when he says “I could have done otherwise”? 939 more words