Part & Parser/Parcel

parse v. 1 resolve (a sentence) into its component parts and describe their syntactic roles 2 Computing analyse (text) into logical syntactic components -Origin C16: perh. from ME pars 'parts of speech', from Fr. pars 'parts' syntax n.1 the combination  of words and phrases to create well formed sentences > a set of rules for or an analysis of this 2 the structure of statements in a … Continue reading Part & Parser/Parcel

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On Remorse or Regret

 ..and that fills me with remorse. Which is different than regret. -  William Powell ( author of the Anarchist Cookbook as quoted from the documentary American Anarchist) ° context for quote below, citations at end.  I think I'm aware that there is certainly that possibility, I think that's inherent in the 3 paragraphs that I have just read... … Continue reading On Remorse or Regret

Mediating Anthropology’s Feuding Factions

The radical cultural relativism popular in contemporary anthropological thought presupposes that cultures are incommensurable* with one another.  On one level, this is true, on a higher level, it is a truism–they are still both ‘cultures.’  Cultures, as considered here, is a fundamental psychological mechanism that is included in the homo sapiens adaptive package.   This … Continue reading Mediating Anthropology’s Feuding Factions

Complete & Consistent 

How familiar are you with nostalpogy? Not at all?  Yeah, me neither. it does not exist (at least to my knowledge as of 10 FEB 2017).  So, whatever it is that nosalpogy represents, it is something of which I cannot conceptualize.  Moreover, I'm incapable of conceptualizing it.  If no person can elucidate what nosalpogy is , if no one … Continue reading Complete & Consistent 

Being in society

Being a member of society requires behaving in specific ways and performing specific actions.  By doing so, you and I reaffirm not only, that our society actually exists, but also, that you and I (the individual entities) belong to this society. As members of society, we also do certain things that exclude other individuals.  Now, … Continue reading Being in society

Embedded Levels of Discourse

≬    Academia could stand to reconsider their current terminology or at the least review and reexamine the terms in usage.      Each sub-discipline has its own lexicon of jargon.  The technical terms of each sub-discipline are used to reference ethereal, only vaguely defined “things” whose empirical reality is sometimes questionable. Just because we cannot … Continue reading Embedded Levels of Discourse

SCIENCE AND RELIGION

[thesis] Science and religion's public juxtaposition created within our cultural era, presents the two paradigms as distinct and mutually exclusive worldviews.  The general resonance of the debate between the two worldviews sounds aggressive and emotional.   These domains are not necessarily engaged in a binary opposition.  They are, simply, two of innumerable types of social structures, … Continue reading SCIENCE AND RELIGION