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|"If you think with your emotions, slight glandular changes are
sufficient to revise your entire outlook."
— Brian Aldiss
Monday, June 6th, 2005
I slacked off badly this weekend and missed not only the last entry but this one (It's actually the 7th as I write this). Update this evening...
Update: This has turned out to be a bad week so far for art and reflection, but I didn't start this site to make lame excuses all the time... I'm heading to work now and must once more put off the update, but I'll make an extra effort to get caught up tonight.
Update 2: Every time I make a major change to this site, I change the sidebar quote. Last time I nearly picked a line from The Natural History Of Nonsense by Bergen Evans, but it wasn't quite in the form I remembered it, and I wanted neither to abridge it nor to expand the size of the sidebar quote. What I remembered was "Belief is the antithesis to thinking... there can be no thought without doubt." Here is the paragraph that contains it:
As I read this over again, I'm filled with things I want to say about it, but I keep drawing to a halt, as if it would be a message appreciated by none save the choir. I don't consider PaaT to be a soapbox for my politics or metaphysical beliefs, but inasmuch as Bune will concern itself with the value, rarity and fragility of rational thought, it does apply... I shall need to settle my thoughts before I speak further, however, so I'll come back to this next week.
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