September 29, 2008 at 1:14 pm Leave a comment

It will get better, I’m sure.  This is a day reminiscent of my mid-teen years, when the first person who might have understood WTF I was thinking about…lived in the Netherlands.  The problem with Dooyeveert and his Modal Philosophy as was, was that there were too many holes, too many unanswered questions.  A series of statements about a regular representative system that is meant to correspond to an irregular system has some integral problems, which means examining the irregularities first.  The irregularities can arise from many sources; most of them arise from the system of description meant to bridge from irregular to regular (which involves first and foremost the assignment of relevance, and then some other critical [presumably core, or integral] aspects, for which language <or any other representative system, by necessity> doesn’t exist.

That’s the real reason I left college, this second time.

Surely, assuredly, I must be mistaken.  Surely.

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