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Thinking skills: Critical thinking and Mindfulness.
brentan comments on Feb 25, 2020:
I guess you are asking if dispositions are an integral part of thinking that results in learning. It sure would fit in with the mind/body unity of experience we hear about today. I think there was an infamous judge who hung pretty much every defendant because he had hemorrhoids but I'm thinking something more than that. Something like analysis is process and disposition is condition of thought. I'm not sure how good conditions enhance the process unless it helps keeping reason from going off on tangents by allowing adequate time for reflection, eliminating bias and being open to hearing new opinions.
This is especially for @St-Sinner Greta and Malala [twitter.com]
brentan comments on Feb 25, 2020:
Not only that, but they both have vaginas. Run!
Well it’s done.
brentan comments on Feb 25, 2020:
That was a close one!
Listen to today's news piece on NPR - the true independent news.
brentan comments on Feb 24, 2020:
Smacks of desperation. Give it a rest.
Who has been the most influential Atheist/Agnostic famous person for you?
brentan comments on Feb 23, 2020:
Jordan Peterson for me. He's not sure there is a god but he* acts* like there is one in the world.
I am an atheist in a supernatural God but I have come to see that as long as someone is talking ...
brentan comments on Feb 23, 2020:
I think the god of biblical revelation is a disaster but the concept of god, according to Kant, is unavoidable even if unsupportable by reason or nature. He thought of it as an ideal from which moral principles could be made. I can relate to non-believers reacting in horror to the political implications of a belief in the Third Temple but god as an aspiration is just a form of human spirituality.
I am an atheist.
brentan comments on Feb 23, 2020:
I'm not offended but it's anything but nonsense. It's ancient philosophy.
“Because Christians admit that ignorant people are worthy of their God, Christians show that they ...
brentan comments on Feb 23, 2020:
'Brothers, consider the time of your calling: Not many of you were wise by human standards; not many were powerful; not many were of noble birth. But God chose the foolish things of the world to shame the wise; God chose the weak things of the world to shame the strong. He chose the lowly and despised things of the world, and the things that are not, to nullify the things that are, so that no one may boast in His presence.' - 1 Corinthians 1:26-29.
Divine assets!
brentan comments on Feb 23, 2020:
Mary Magdalene wouldn't stand a chance these days.
This was good, I need to share this one on the public forum.
brentan comments on Feb 23, 2020:
Is it about not sharing the profits?
Curious what people think about how religion has shaped gender roles OR how has gender roles shaped ...
brentan comments on Feb 23, 2020:
I blame the Industrial Revolution more than anything.
Can anyone give me some links for trying to start the talk of my boyfriend leaving this cult?
brentan comments on Feb 23, 2020:
I'm an ex-JW and I think it would take something equivalent to a miracle for this to work out well. My favourite source of JW information at the moment is Kim and Mikey's channel on YouTube. I enjoy how they contrast together, Kim being very staid and Mikey off the wall. Anyway, here's the link: www.youtube.com/channel/UCG2tODD7ys5CYEu6qYvj1SA
An interesting humanist view on some ancient religions
brentan comments on Feb 23, 2020:
That's fascinating, and wonderfully concise. Here's something that's not directly related but has puzzled me. Kant alludes to a evolutionary progress in the development of human reason from polytheism to monotheism when he says: *This supreme cause we then proceed to regard as absolutely necessary, inasmuch as we find it absolutely necessary that we should ascend to it, and find no ground for passing beyond it. And thus, in all peoples, there shine amidst the most benighted polytheism some gleams of monotheism, to which they have been led, not by reflection and profound speculation, but simply by the natural bent of the common understanding, as step by step it has come to apprehend its own requirements.* Jordan Peterson did a great job of explaining the dynamics of the process in one of his videos when he explained the totality of godship being gathered up in the character of Marduk. What puzzles me is why so many millions of people did not progress to monotheism in the clear way that people did in the West and still worship such a multitude of gods to this day.
Suggestion for today: Post a favorite family/dad quote here! My dad had many! Of an ...
brentan comments on Feb 22, 2020:
"That's a good complaint, son!"
“Children today are tyrants.
brentan comments on Feb 22, 2020:
The little bastards! Bring back the birch!
Anyone else miss the sound of a screen door slamming, with the fading sound of an adult's voice, in ...
brentan comments on Feb 21, 2020:
The first time I heard about a screen door slam was in a Joni Mitchell song. Come to think of it, the first time I heard about a turnpike was in a James Taylor song.
Is there anything to say?
brentan comments on Feb 21, 2020:
Probably got off lightly. It fucks a lot of people.
"I've always considered myself a intelligent, sensitive human being with the soul of a clown which ...
brentan comments on Feb 21, 2020:
He must have thought that the things considered important by other people were silly.
It's Friday and time for a little Rory! This song has been played at my birthday for many years and...
brentan comments on Feb 21, 2020:
'Grandmother had 'em too!' Poor Grandma! This is my favourite Gallagher song.
I am sorry to say that the 'Like' menu seems to have stopped working.
brentan comments on Feb 21, 2020:
There's a lot of changes being made at the moment. It might be bumpy for a bit.
Always follow the instructions
brentan comments on Feb 21, 2020:
Autistic little fucker!
BIG wobbles in Salt Lake as member ship levels fall so low, the big three have decided to make huge ...
brentan comments on Feb 20, 2020:
Holy Spirit hates a drop in membership. It spoke to those guys at just the right time!
Trump pardons ruling class criminals - World Socialist Web Site
brentan comments on Feb 20, 2020:
Men of the world!
Shame on you!
brentan comments on Feb 20, 2020:
That's a lost cause!
He totally owns this song [youtu.be]
brentan comments on Feb 20, 2020:
That's a very powerful rendition! My two boys (young men, really) are in awe of it. Their dad, old fuddyduddy that I am in comparison, gets the point well enough in the old version.
Trump Brands Himself as America’s Chief Law Enforcement Officer Shortly after his extremely ...
brentan comments on Feb 19, 2020:
This fits in with a post recently from Mathias, I think, about parts in the constitution that are normative instead of statutory opening the way for abuse of the law. I read too that a group of 1000 judges met to discuss this issue.
“He alone is great and happy who fills his own station of independence, and has neither to command...
brentan comments on Feb 18, 2020:
That has come to me by way of old age and the comforts of a social democracy so it is circumstantial in my case. I'll take my hat off to anyone who can do it on their own initiative.
The blocking process seems to be wrecking havoc, and it is because it is a mutual self destruct.
brentan comments on Feb 18, 2020:
I was surprised when a guy got annoyed with me, left the discussion and took both his and my comments with him. Honest Injun, I was playing by the rules! I was a bit annoyed that he could remove more than his own comments.
Not sure how people don't see a problem with this.
brentan comments on Feb 18, 2020:
If you don't get it, you don't get it. Pity!
If you haven't seen "The IT Crowd", you owe it to yourself. It's on Netflix
brentan comments on Feb 18, 2020:
I wasn't sure I'd like it. I think it's done by the same guy who wrote Father Ted.
I went to see this musical at a theatre in my bible belt city.
brentan comments on Feb 18, 2020:
There are wonderful songs in that musical and I liked the way it linked the Christian with the hippy movement.
If you don't know where you're going, any road will take you there. - Lewis Carrol
brentan comments on Feb 18, 2020:
The most traveled roads, or road in the context of the less traveled road. Curiously, when I searched for the 'less traveled road', the first result was Dalton Highway (Alaska State Route 11).
FRESH FROM TODAY'S INDEPENDENT NEWS.
brentan comments on Feb 18, 2020:
That darn Bernie! As if being old or being a Commie wasn't bad enough, Bernie is both!
I have a serious matter to bring before the Senate.
brentan comments on Feb 16, 2020:
Best to let these opinions get an airing and see what the general response is.
The Beatles Things We Said Today [youtube.com]
brentan comments on Feb 16, 2020:
I get a kick out of the young girls' reactions when the lyrics spell out how they feel about love.
James Taylor - Up On The Roof [youtube.com]
brentan comments on Feb 15, 2020:
JT is the man!
Gay Men Shot in Miami After Kissing in Car; One in Critical Condition
brentan comments on Feb 15, 2020:
Dreadful!
Intelligence is not a requirement...
brentan comments on Feb 15, 2020:
I've heard of 'to be sure, to be sure' but that's very, very sure.
To the cute ass that drives me crazy! (When you are poor but has a sensible side) ...
brentan comments on Feb 15, 2020:
'For that little ass that drives me crazy!'
"Only without love, one is physically lonely.
brentan comments on Feb 15, 2020:
I think we're in trouble!
"When tillage begins, other arts follow.
brentan comments on Feb 15, 2020:
I don't think Graham Hancock would agree. He claims civilisation goes way back before 6000 BC and that it was seriously disrupted at the end of the last Ice Age around 12000 BC. He has shown many pieces of evidence for this claim including ceremonial structures that belong to the earlier, hunter-gatherer peoples. Cave art is also a good argument that there was no need for settled life to show our creative side.
"I have a very strong feeling that the opposite of love is not hate it's apathy." - Leo Buscaglia
brentan comments on Feb 14, 2020:
Maybe he has a point. Love is an active thing and apathy is passive.
“If love is the answer, could you rephrase the question?” ---- Lily Tomlin
brentan comments on Feb 14, 2020:
Is it 'how can you fix everything?'
Ex-Hasidic Jews lead court fight against "educational neglect" in religious schools ...
brentan comments on Feb 14, 2020:
Knowledge for (after) life.
Growth of fascistic attacks on refugees in Greece - World Socialist Web Site
brentan comments on Feb 14, 2020:
It's a madhouse there from what I read. The Greeks must feel utterly swamped.
So, I just got suspended from Facebook for a day because of this picture.
brentan comments on Feb 14, 2020:
You're such a bad egg, upsetting good Christian folk!
I'm not sure into which category to post this speculation, so I eventually plumped for "general" ...
brentan comments on Feb 13, 2020:
I don't think old Jehovah liked cities. They seemed to just end up concentrating and encouraging crime, something like what happens in prisons. The thing about Sodom and Gomorrah is it is used as one of plenty of examples of sexual immorality that forgets all the other crimes in cities. Jehovah seemed to connect the sense of pride living in an 'advanced' setting (a city rather than tents in the desert) as the root of sin. I won't quote it but his attitude is well expressed in Exekiel chapter 16 and deals with a lot more than sex.
I started to study Philosophy as I wanted to see if there was any answer to ‘What is the meaning ...
brentan comments on Feb 11, 2020:
I started reading Kant a few months ago and it became obvious really quick that he couldn’t be understood without some knowledge of the guys he was responding to. All these guys are trying to figure out the meaning of life. None of them figured it out. I’m inclined to think the meaning of life is trying to figure out the meaning of life. Socrates thought that was everything. Jesus, who I don’t think was a real person, taught love was the meaning of life. Even if Jesus is fictional, it’s a fine way to think while we work out the details.
So Brian May reveals himself as an over-privileged violent prick! Is it okay for celebrities to ...
brentan comments on Feb 11, 2020:
He then allegedly swiped at the cameraman’s head. It must be a slow news day.
Sinn Féin general election win reflects leftward shift in Ireland - World Socialist Web Site
brentan comments on Feb 10, 2020:
It's hard to say if people wanted Sinn Féin of they just wanted to reject Fianna Fáil and Fine Gael. I think it's the latter because if Sinn Féin had known what was going to happen, they would have fielded more candidates. On a personal level, I'm delighted the usual suspects got a beating.
Aren't you behaving like a morally superior person?
brentan comments on Feb 9, 2020:
For who makes you different from anyone else? What do you have that you did not receive? And if you did receive it, why do you boast as though you did not? - 1 Corinthians 4:7.
Belief is back: why the world is putting its faith in religion
brentan comments on Feb 9, 2020:
Do we need to worry about atheists going apostate?
Was pleased to come across the full quote.
brentan comments on Feb 8, 2020:
Truth as a verb.
Beware Satan and avoid his works!
brentan comments on Feb 8, 2020:
That Satan fellow is a right bastard!
I wonder how many idiots are going to vote for Bernie Sanders this year. How many dumbass socialist?
brentan comments on Feb 8, 2020:
It's social democracy, not socialism.
"How could we take something as natural and wonderful as learning and turn it into education? " ANON
brentan comments on Feb 8, 2020:
Let's just think in terms of work and consumption.
A convoluted argument hard to grasp for agnostics, but if it were to succeed...? [sojo.net]
brentan comments on Feb 7, 2020:
This verse might discourage Christians from making any personal efforts to save the world. It might even seem to some Christians like a lack of faith in God getting the job done. That said, I'm not sure how many Christians might even know this verse: *The nations were angry, and Your wrath has come, And the time of the dead, that they should be judged, And that You should reward Your servants the prophets and the saints, And those who fear Your name, small and great, And should destroy those who destroy the earth - Revelation 11:18.
Beyond True and False
brentan comments on Feb 6, 2020:
I'm thinking in terms of Iain McGilchrist's The Master And His Emissary and Kant's Critique of Pure Reason. Kant claims that things-in-themselves, noumena, can't be experienced or proved as real because the understanding only deals with turning appearances (representations of reality) into experiences. Reason is a meta-function where the judgments of the understanding are compared through reflection but if reasoning works with judgments and judgments work with appearances, then reality is beyond the grasp of reason. He calls the misjudgment of using reason to try to deal with the ineffable the 'dialectic'. McGilchrist explains the dilemma in terms of the emissary, a servant of the master, usurping the role of his master by behaving as if he were the boss. The emissary is reason and the boss is intuition. The former is the left brain, the analytical half. The latter is the intuitive right brain. Ever since the Axial Age, reason has become ascendant and intuition dismissed as emotional and/or imaginary. McGilchrist believes it is time for the master to put the emissary in his place and start being the boss again. It is really good to see the two sides of the coin being better understood.
Wow.
brentan comments on Feb 5, 2020:
Yes, that's juvenile and unprofessional. I'm not sure whether Trump has brought her down to his level or the real Pelosi shows under strain.
Is this logical? Is there any flaw? Any room for argument?
brentan comments on Feb 4, 2020:
The thing with these syllogisms is that all the premises must be correct for the conclusion to be correct. I'm not convinced the first premise is correct.
Attorney General Warns of 'Militant Secular Effort' to Drive Out Religion
brentan comments on Feb 4, 2020:
I thought the only militant apart from the military is the Church Militant. https://www.churchmilitant.com/
Just trying to build up some points here to get to that level 3, so listen up.
brentan comments on Feb 4, 2020:
It's an odd Christianity but what the heck. You'll race up the first few levels without breaking into a sweat.
There is NOTHING Liberal about islam: : : :, ,Jihad Report ,,, January, 2020 Attacks 127 ...
brentan comments on Feb 3, 2020:
I guess submission and liberality are naturally at odds with each other. It is a religion that does a lot of wrong. Don't they all? Unless we think of modern Western countries as non-religious. Even if we do, the death toll is horrific on both sides. I think most Muslims just want to get on with having a life, like everyone else. I would be really interested to know if Muslims in Europe and America are becoming more liberal just by living in the Western culture.
[youtu.be] One for Irish football fans
brentan comments on Feb 3, 2020:
Le bastard!
German bishops declare that homosexuality is completely and utterly 'normal'
brentan comments on Feb 3, 2020:
That's a hoot. I see the Anglican Church has its knickers in a twist over it lately.
The writing of histories - as Goethe once noted - is one way of getting rid of the weight of the ...
brentan comments on Feb 3, 2020:
I wonder what he meant and does it fit with the idea that 'history is written by the victors'.
nobody is happy with what they have!
brentan comments on Feb 2, 2020:
The bastards!
Study nature, love nature, stay close to nature. It will never fail you. - Frank Lloyd Wright
brentan comments on Feb 2, 2020:
He forgot 'don't turn your back on it'.
I can't say I'm very shocked by these comments, but it does make me wonder how these people could ...
brentan comments on Feb 2, 2020:
I guess they've never heard of the fruits of the spirit or the ministry of reconciliation with God.
Has joy any survival value in the operations of evolution?
brentan comments on Feb 1, 2020:
I wouldn't have thought joy was directly connected to courage but who knows! I sure think life without joy is a poor experience.
[startsat60.com] Carole King's heartbreaking message to women.....
brentan comments on Feb 1, 2020:
I didn't know that. I've always thought Carole was secretly gay, not realising she was married three times.
Butt sex sells... [youtube.com]
brentan comments on Jan 31, 2020:
I read Christopher Hitchens said anal sex was over-rated.
"Is it surprising that prisons resemble factories, schools, barracks, hospitals, which all resemble ...
brentan comments on Jan 31, 2020:
Detainers using containers.
Today is the day [9gag.com]
brentan comments on Jan 31, 2020:
Breaking free from the clutches of the EU. I wish them the very best of luck and wish my puppet-government would do the same.
If you could change one thing about yourself...
brentan comments on Jan 30, 2020:
My teeth, definitely.
I know I'm preaching to the choir here, but in case any of you want to steal it.
brentan comments on Jan 30, 2020:
I'm not sure a Sophie's Choice situation captures the essence of the problem.
why is always in France?
brentan comments on Jan 30, 2020:
We can ask why is it always in France or why are so many of us so darned passive. No protest, no revolution, no change.
What is the most sacreligious thing you have ever done?
brentan comments on Jan 29, 2020:
I went to a midnight mass one Christmas when I was a teenager. Many people went there straight from the pubs which closed at 11.30pm so I was one among many drunks. But I took it a step further by lighting up a cigarette in the middle of the ceremony. I was very brave when i was drunk and told anyone who wanted me to put it out to fuck off. I was very angry at the Catholic Church those days. As Red says in Shawshank Redemption 'That kid's long gone, and this old man is all that's left'.
And a Hobbesest
brentan comments on Jan 29, 2020:
Who's that fellow in the middle?
Report: Outbreak of idiocy spreading 10,000 times faster than coronavirus - The Beaverton
brentan comments on Jan 29, 2020:
No cure, sadly. I think the genes organise that way so we remain mostly sex machines.
Does anyone know how many other countries cite God to invoke patriotism in the pledges, anthems, ...
brentan comments on Jan 29, 2020:
Ireland is pro-European Union with all its liberal agendas so the only ones advocation a return to a combination of religion and patriotism are the hard-right.
Coronavirus is a punishment from God: Conservative Christian TV Host Rick Wiles claims that the ...
brentan comments on Jan 29, 2020:
It'll be those darn Chinese gays causing all this hassle.
The hypocrisy of those church pastors.
brentan comments on Jan 29, 2020:
I got a lot of laughs reading this.
Narcissistic universe
brentan comments on Jan 29, 2020:
It must be seeing a lot of its rear end lately.
Sometimes it is hard to make oneself understood.
brentan comments on Jan 29, 2020:
Some people turn off if you add a second clause to a sentence.
Luke 20:35 (NRSV): but those who are considered worthy of a place in that age and in the ...
brentan comments on Jan 29, 2020:
They've got heaven on their minds: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3R8tRKIiAII
Just a thought about the "people" that some seem to support.
brentan comments on Jan 28, 2020:
I guess we've made ourselves whores!
Paula White (DT's spiritual advisor) says she was 'praying Eph 6:12' when she called for 'all ...
brentan comments on Jan 28, 2020:
That's unbelievable. Well, I wish it was.
I cannot concentrate.....
brentan comments on Jan 28, 2020:
She might cause a lot of damage if they weren't her own breasts!
Christian author calls equal marriage too homosexual [patheos.com] HAHAHA, Too rich!
brentan comments on Jan 28, 2020:
I wasn't surprised that a Christian drew that conclusion. I haven't read the article but my understanding of scripture could easily lead to a conclusion like that. Scripture demands that marriage has a person who is the head (a male) and a person in subjection to the head (a female). Gay marriage for men would give equal status to the partners. But I want you to understand that the head of every man is Christ, the head of a wife is her husband, and the head of Christ is God. - 1 Corinthians 11:3 ESV
Here is a little something to make one think.
brentan comments on Jan 28, 2020:
I think there are interesting ideas in the poem that I don't understand. I feel it's something like the Copernican/Newtonian mathematical view of how the universe works making the old 'arts' obsolete. The poet seems to include the clergy as these artists of old and might be asking if mathematical complexities can conveniently disappear if located up the clergyman's ass. Any help would be great!
American women expect to find in their husbands a perfection that English women only hope to find in...
brentan comments on Jan 27, 2020:
That's a hoot! Jeeves 1 - 0 Hubby.
I just came to a realization I just realized I’m still angry with my ex husband (married 20 ...
brentan comments on Jan 27, 2020:
For what it's worth, it happens to men too. I never knew how fulfilling life could be by following my own star and that star was demeaned by my wife so I could never apply myself to it. Now it's full-steam ahead! I hope you too have things you love and can pursue now that you're free to do so.
Does it rain during rain dance practice?
brentan comments on Jan 27, 2020:
Wilhelm Reich made a machine that used orgone to bring rain. It was supposed to have worked in a test in Nevada, I think. I've always loved Kate Bush's song about the experiment, done from the perspective of Reich's young son Peter: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pllRW9wETzw
Discrimination and human rights.
brentan comments on Jan 26, 2020:
I read that the whole lousy attitude came about when desertification made the world a very savage place to live in (DeMeo, Saharasia). Nowadays, I think of change as an experiment; as in, why not see if gay equality works or not, ditto sex equality etc. I could understand a reluctance if the status quo was more right than wrong but the general unhappiness I perceive in society suggests to me that it's a risk well worth taking.
When Anxiety Presents as Anger, Not Fear | The Mighty
brentan comments on Jan 26, 2020:
I didn't read it, HC, but I have this idea in general that anger is at least positive/active while fear is negative/passive. I think people end up with mental problems through not (being able to) expressing their anger at what's wrong in their world.
Please, please, please is there a way for this to not become a porn site?
brentan comments on Jan 26, 2020:
I don't know how it happens. I have very few problems with porn (morally or aesthetically) but never see anything on the forum that has porn in it. Could it be pure accident or some darn algorithm?
Left and Right Libertarian Quadrants should Unite against the Authoritarian Left and Authoritarian ...
brentan comments on Jan 26, 2020:
I guess it boils down to freedom v rules. I'm not sure why the libertarian left and right might be divided (I'm inferring from Weinstein that they are) because I don't quite understand the ideological differences between say, Ghandi on the left and Freidman on the right https://www.politicalcompass.org/analysis2
Through the dark of future's past, the magician longs to see, one chance out , brtween two worlds , ...
brentan comments on Jan 26, 2020:
Lynch needs to express himself better than that.
Why Religion Is Not Going Away and Science Will Not Destroy It
brentan comments on Jan 26, 2020:
Compte’s idea of the stages of history as religious, metaphysical and scientific reminds me of Vico’s stages of gods, heroes and men. There is also the very interesting concept by Gioacchino da Fiore of the Age of the Father, corresponding to the Old Testament; the Age of the Son, beginning with the Incarnation of the Son of God, or New Testament; and the Age of the Holy Spirit, an idyllic time where the Church would be obsolete. From time to time, I read an occasional reference to the return of Vico’s age of gods. I think these ideas of the stages are a bit deficient in that they don’t allow for aggregation of thought (for want of a better term) that continues adding to itself as the cycles progress. I was pleased to find out that the poet William Blake did promote this idea.

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