Monthly Archives: October 2012

a priori

 I find that it does not relate to or indicate either an empirical or pure intuition, but that it indicates merely the synthesis of empirical intuitions, which cannot of course be given a priori. The synthesis in such a conception … Continue reading

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Appreciation of Zen

Appreciation of Zen.

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MOQ.org

MOQ.org. Quality is not a thing. It is an event. Warmer. It is the event at which the subject becomes aware of the object. And because without objects there can be no subject…because the objects create the subject’s awareness of … Continue reading

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MOQ.org

MOQ.org.Some of these lessons concern the very things we have borrowed, as in the case of that most famous of Indian stimulants, tobacco. For the Indian, tobacco always had a sacramental meaning: the smoke was exhaled east and west, north … Continue reading

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MOQ.org

MOQ.org.Yes, the MOQ sets no hard and fast rules. But in regard to moral issues it is certainly a suggestive tool, giving us a rational rather than a religious framework within which to work out moral questions. That in itself … Continue reading

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“You Can’t Ban Car Accidents” : A Moral Investigation into Tobacco

Since 2007 there has been a problem, we all know what it is but we can’t seem to find the right way to talk about it. Pirsig to the rescue….   It’s immoral for a biological pattern of value to … Continue reading

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