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#215945 - 01/16/07 08:45 PM Re: A Degree of Sacred Literature. [Re: reprobate]
Nahash Prince Offline



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The Sacred Literature falls under the Humanities Faculty.
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#215946 - 01/16/07 08:49 PM Re: A Degree of Sacred Literature. [Re: Nahash Prince]
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You might want to see if your school's Philosophy department offers a "critical thinking" or "natural language argument" course. You can take it as a Humanities elective.
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#215947 - 01/16/07 08:56 PM Re: A Degree of Sacred Literature. [Re: reprobate]
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Thanks. I will look into that. I enjoyed dialoging with you and DarkWater. It's late, time for me to bed down. Work and School tomorrow. Until next time...HAIL SATAN!!!WWW.
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#215948 - 01/16/07 09:23 PM Human / Animal / God [Re: Nahash Prince]
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"Human/animal/God," all one in the same interms of behavior. Thanks.




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#215949 - 01/16/07 09:24 PM Menschliches, Allzumenschliches? [Re: reprobate]
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But we are all born human, and remain human.




More or less

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#215950 - 01/16/07 09:42 PM Re: Menschliches, Allzumenschliches? [Re: Linguascelesta]
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I hope the day never comes when technology has made us incapable of mythology!
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#215951 - 01/16/07 09:45 PM A Degree in Sacred Literature? [Re: Nahash Prince]
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Q. What do you say to the person with a degree in Sacred Literature when they knock on your door?

A. Thanks for the pizza. Keep the change.
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#215952 - 01/16/07 09:45 PM Re: Menschliches, Allzumenschliches? [Re: reprobate]
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What a sterile world that would be.

I have stories that get better every time I tell them...that's my mythology.

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#215953 - 01/16/07 09:48 PM Re: A Degree of Sacred Literature. [Re: RandomStranger]
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That's it Random Stranger!!!! Ok all you academics let's gang up on him!!!!!

Oh wait.

We're internet geeks.

never mind...

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#215954 - 01/16/07 09:53 PM Re: A Degree of Sacred Literature. [Re: Zaftig]
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As Richard Nixon would have said, "I am not a geek."

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#215955 - 01/16/07 11:24 PM Re: Menschliches, Allzumenschliches? [Re: reprobate]
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I am a bit of a transhumanist. At least my opinions and attitudes fall under that label. However, I agree that mythology, passion, and emotions are enjoyable and amazing qualities of human life. I doubt human beings will ever remove such traits or even truly desire too no matter how enhanced we become.
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#215956 - 01/17/07 02:53 PM Re: Menschliches, Allzumenschliches? [Re: Discipline]
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I doubt human beings will ever remove such traits or even truly desire too no matter how enhanced we become.




Time will tell.

The trick is stick around long enough to find out.

I know that my own views and values have altered with the more experiences I have accumulated.

I expect that shall continue.

But time will tell.

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#215957 - 01/17/07 04:07 PM Re: Menschliches, Allzumenschliches? [Re: Discipline]
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Yeah, we're on the same page. I'm definitely sympathetic to transhumanism; I'm just not sure I like the name, and I definitely want to retain a lot that's characteristically "human", like myths and dreams and fantasies.

Maybe I'm a techno-surrealist.
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#215958 - 01/17/07 04:38 PM Re: A Degree in Sacred Literature? [Re: RandomStranger]
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Q. What do you say to the person with a degree in Sacred Literature when they knock on your door?

A. Thanks for the pizza. Keep the change.





... and at some point while eating you start wondering whether the sacred scripture frustration has built up in them to the point when they spit in each meal they deliver.

Or it's just Chuck Palahniuk messing with your head .


Edited by Redhead (01/17/07 04:40 PM)
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#215959 - 01/17/07 06:52 PM Re: Human / Animal / God [Re: Linguascelesta]
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No Sir. But I have it here TSR pg76. I will read it, thanks.
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