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Dislike, Unlike, Not Like… Sour Grapes

When I write something, I don’ really expect people to like it. If they like what I say, then maybe they might have thought of it by themselves anyway. In contrast, if they don’t like what I say, then they … Continue reading
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The Opposite of Man is Not Woman But Rather Inhuman

However: If you adore nature, then nothing is really inhuman… — if there were, then maybe believing in that would be an inhumanist movement? Whatever — my main thinking at the moment here is along the lines of understanding the … Continue reading
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Consumers are negative producers, but are producers also negative consumers?

To consume something is the opposite of the act of production, but to produce something may also be an act of consumption — insofar as natural resources are used up, or simply because time or space are used up. Continue reading

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The Positivity Paradox: Being Positive is Impossible without Negativity (the Possibility of Being Negative)

Neither the word “positive” nor the “positivity” concept would exist without something to compare it to. “Being negative” and “negativity” are nothing more than the opposite directions from “being positive” and “positivity“. One cannot exist without the other. The next … Continue reading
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