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August 25, 2014

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If I'd read Bearentine's review first, I wouldn't have bothered with Bachelor's book. Contingency is not emptiness, and it's misleading to equate the two.

The only freedom we have is to gaze in amazement at the things we think, say, and do, and it's quite enough, really.
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I like that sentence a lot.

And it reminds also Sam Harris insight.

And that's my own insight,feeling too..

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