Montreal, QCCanada H1A 0A1
June 5, 2012
Reason is great. Intuition is at least as important. I've had many pursuits in life, what persists now is music and small-scale agriculture, and personal and worldly inquiry.
Just naturally I think... through life and reflection.
Current assumptions informing the wider culture which are either unrecognized or are perhaps deservant of re-investigation given the undesired consequences of us having adhered to them without sufficient question for years and years.
Not so impressed by academic philosophy proper, but very interested in discussion of ideas and listening to those who also value this. If a person can explain their thinking without resorting to undue jargon: good philosopher. Socratic?
Not possible to pick one.
Ahoy, mates. Pass me the broccoli.