Category Archives: Philosophy

Invasives

Conversations meander when you fly across the whole country. That’s why I’m not sure how this started. But this is how it ended. The captain said, “A lot of times I say things to get my wife mad. She’ll give … Continue reading

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Karl Marlantes on Meaning

He hid behind a blasted stump and he tried to think about meaning. He knew that there could be no meaning to someone who was dead. Meaning came out of living. Meaning could come only from his choices and actions. … Continue reading

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Ernest K. Gann on Luck

Who…what did this? What was luck? Were we, for some reason, more deserving of its mystic attention than others who encountered a series of circumstances–which culminated in their destruction? If we were favored, then I wanted to know why, and … Continue reading

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