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Re: Partlycloudy alexandra_k

Posted by Clearskies on September 24, 2018, at 1:23:29

In reply to Re: Partlycloudy, posted by alexandra_k on September 24, 2018, at 1:21:22

> yeah. it used to be my form of therapy. because there wasn't any other.
> but i've come to see the problem really isn't with me. it is a poor person-environment fit kind of a thing.
> i studied philosophy because i genuinely was interested in it. but it turns out other people studied philosophy not becuase they were genuinely interested in it, but becuase it was the only thing they did well in (or similar). and then they were incentivised to ruin the whole thing for everyone. or similar.
Yes, indeed. I saw this when my then step son majored in philosophy. He switched to seminary school and actually learned how to count the number of angels on the head of a pin.




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