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Posted by Stanley on July 13, 2003 05:38:05 UTC

It seems to me that an intent of any intellectual endeavor, would be to bolster a forum to challenge the logic of said endeavor. Isn't it reasonable that governments, universities or societies promote platforms that debate their very existence. Without reproof, how can anything have creedance. Humanity appears to be the greatest example of an intellectual endeavor. However, our quest for resolution often seems to examine the journey, but never the reason for the jonrney. If humanity is the essence of omnipotence and the sanctioned (thought) of the Eternal mind; then, does God need to be challenged to have purpose. Or should the question be; what is the purpose of (thought)?

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