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Old 04-28-2015, 01:00 PM
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The horse was too old or too sick.
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This reminds me of Aesop's goat who went through the gate into a field of grass and taking too long to philosophize on which part of the field was the juiciest grass it starved to death. Another attempted refutal of philosophy.

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This reminds me of Aesop's goat who went through the gate into a field of grass and taking too long to philosophize on which part of the field was the juiciest grass it starved to death. Another attempted refutal of philosophy.
hah, Calling rationalism 'philosophy' is like calling positivism 'science', or calling astrology 'astronomy'. There are very good reasons why there are no rationalist philosophers anymore.
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Old 05-07-2015, 01:01 PM
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The horse was already dead xD
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