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    Does Solitary Walker ever be visiting the forum to see that he's been resurrected?

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    No self-respecting Sensor would perform foul necromantic arts, such as this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KDude View Post
    No self-respecting Sensor would perform foul necromantic arts, such as this.
    What does sensing vs. intuiting have to do with necroposting? Just interested.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lark View Post
    What does sensing vs. intuiting have to do with necroposting? Just interested.
    Not for necroposting. You'll just find every SP here isn't a fan of Solitary Walker's wall-o-texts.

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    RaptorWizard's responce to SolitaryWalker's Origin of Feeling thread:

    SolitaryWalker defines feeling as a cognitive faculty of emotive valuation, concerned with how we relate to the external environment, not how it is, thereby rendering feeling subjective. This could cause us to attach anthropomorphic qualities to things, a personal touch. This urge likely developed within man throughout our evolution as a means of self-preservation, to identify life-threatening dangers in the external environment. As a result our feeling has become stronger.

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    RaptorWizard's responce to SolitaryWalker's On the virtues of passion thread:

    SolitaryWalker says aesthetical judgments primarily reflect how we feel about things, which in turn he believes will effect who we are. As such, art could be seen as an expression of ourselves, an aesthetical reflection of our emotions and inner state. These emotionally charged impulses he claims are in complete opposition to analytical thinking. I disagree, as our thinking I believe should ultimately be a foundation from which our feelings can manifest and create a meaningful world for us, which is why thinking without feeling is like matter without energy. He further claims the wise and lofty will choose analytical subjects devoid of passion, such as mathematics, even though mathematics assigns limits to things, whereas passion breathes fire into the equations.

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    RaptorWizard's responce to SolitaryWalker's Popularization of Philosophy thread:

    Rather than connecting the ideas developed by all the great philosophers into a greater whole, I would advise a less holistic point of view. Instead, we should at least be open to all those ideas, but we should also tenaciously chase those that fit our ideals in a radical and less balanced drive to fulfill our visions. Most importantly of all however, is to create our own individualized philosophy, and to walk the solitary paths of our own planning ahead.

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    RaptorWizard's responce to SolitaryWalker's On the Human condition thread:

    SolitaryWalker postulates that people are naturally driven towards self-affirmation; that we wish to feel good, doing what we believe leads to our well-being. I will say though that some things transcend immediate pleasures, and that some will make monumental sacrifices at the cost of their own well-being in this life to uplift the human condition. Also, those who choose not to be happy and content with the current state of things will have greater motivation to transform it for the better. He also criticizes others for seeking affirmation from the various people in their life, which I think is a misconception, since if a belief of ours gains greater universal acceptance, then it can be implemented on a global scale. Ideally, we should have a means by which we can all agree.

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    RaptorWizard's responce to SolitaryWalker's Utility of Philosophy thread:

    Philosophy can be used as a model for science, the pure idea being tested and refined empirically. Science will give us the results of this process, and then philosophy can next synthesize the pieces together to form a greater product by constructing a blueprint of its unified design. This can help us solve the monumental problems of our future horizons, should we take the correct steps of action in our present position.

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    I love that this thread only has one star.

    Edit: Some lame-o gave it another star.

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