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Posted by Richard Ruquist on June 22, 2001 12:31:04 UTC


Interesting what limitations exist in language itself as indicated by that title. But I wrote the above reply to Alexander in a dileberately restrictive manner to avoid getting a response from him that selects a single item that can be criticized. For example,the idea of an original thinker. Of course, the result of my careful planning is no response at all.

But I alluded to what thinkers Iam presently concerned with in my last paragraph. You mentioned that I might be restricting my discussion to human thinking. In a way that is true for my intuition is that much of the thinking that goes on in the 99% of the universe that is invisible to us comes from formerly human thinkers. It follows that one of the goals of individual human life is to join that crowd. But if you are not ready, you always get another chance, but with another consciousness, so I think.

Thanks for the personal response,


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