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  • Chris shared from Reamde: A Novel by Neal Stephenson
    “Even troglodytes must have noticed that certain outcroppings of stone made wondrously effective weapons.” “Especially troglodytes!”
    Note: For fred and Petre
  • Chris shared from History of Western Philosophy (Routledge Classics) by Bertrand Russell
    In 1499 he made his first visit to England, where he liked the fashion of kissing girls.
    Note: In 1499 Erasmus traveled to England, where he enjoye the fashion of kissing girls. :)
  • Chris shared from History of Western Philosophy (Routledge Classics) by Bertrand Russell
    When he wishes to refute some doctrine, he states it first, often with great force, and almost always with an attempt at fairness.
    Note: Thomas Aquinas practiced steelmanning
  • Chris shared from History of Western Philosophy (Routledge Classics) by Bertrand Russell
    There is one true coin for which all things ought to be exchanged, and that is wisdom.
    Note: Plato on wisdom
  • Chris shared from History of Western Philosophy (Routledge Classics) by Bertrand Russell
    There is one true coin for which all things ought to be exchanged, and that is wisdom.
    Note: Plato on wisdom
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