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SESMeT
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SESMeT

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    1. ChristineM
      ChristineM
      Thanks for the frube on Hello! Anybody else here a philosophy buff?

      Frube, frubal, froob, fruble frubally thing, etc, all the same thing

      Watch out for @Revoltingest , he will try and interest you in steam engines, bacon and haggis. Although he is very philosophical aboutl them ;-)
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      2. ChristineM
        ChristineM
        That could explain my lack of knowledge regarding yet another of your fixations ;-)
        Jul 2, 2020
      3. Revoltingest
        Revoltingest
        I have a great many interests, some quite arcane, eg, collecting babbitt ingots, tensile testing machines, advertising art, hostas, wrenches, & technical catalogs. I also play go (wei qi), although not lately.
        Jul 2, 2020
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      4. ChristineM
        ChristineM
        A true all rounder

        And you build trailers
        Jul 2, 2020
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    2. Revoltingest
      Revoltingest
      Thanx for the free breakfast frubal (an ancient RF term for a <like>).
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    "Merely to call consciousness 'nascent' will not serve our turn. It is true that the word signifies not yet quite born, and so seems to form a bridge between existence and nonentity. But that is a verbal quibble. The fact is that discontinuity comes in if a new nature comes in at all. The quantity of the latter is quite immaterial. The girl in 'Midshipman Easy' could not excuse the illegitimacy of her child by saying, 'it was a very small one.' And consciousness, however small, is an illegitimate birth in any philosophy that starts without it, and yet professes to explain all facts by continuous evolution. If evolution is to work smoothly, consciousness in some shape must have been present at the very origin of things."- William James, 1890