• The Present Dilemma in Philosophy

    “Mr. Chesterton write these words: “There are some people – and I am one of them – who think that the most practical and important thing about a man is still his view of the universe. We think that for a landlady considering a lodger, it is important to know his income, but still more […]

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  • The Field of Consciousness / The Puzzle

    “Experience always presents us with objects, things, events, etc., within certain contexts and contextures, and never with isolated and scattered data and facts. Looking at a material thing. e.g. a book, we perceive it in certain surroundings. We see the table on which the book is lying, we see other books, papers, pencils, pipes and […]

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  • The Photographer’s Eye / Quotes

    “The photographer learned in two ways: first, from a worker’s intimate understanding of his tools and materials ( … ); and second he learned from other photographs, which presented themselves in an unending stream. Whether his concern was commercial or artistic, his tradition was formed by all the photographs the had impressed themselves upon his […]

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  • Starting Up The Puzzle

    In the free world you can do as you like. As long as you don’t bother other people. No one basically care. On this site I, for instance, can do as I like. As long as I don’t bother other people. I portion of good will is not a bad thing either. I am starting […]

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