Saturday, May 07, 2005

Children and Freedom

By way of showing what happens when you regard freedom firstly as a social construct and then as an epistemic event that is subject to will without any explanation as to why this inconsistency should be meaningful, go to:

At one moment, one finds oneself writhing in disagreement. The next you will be experiencing whole-hearted agreement and be pledging lifelong allegiance. All very confusing.

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