Monthly Archives: January 2013

Practical ethics

This will be another artless blend of ideas created by men better than me. Today, those men are Aristotle and Benjamin Franklin. Franklin believed that virtue(s) can be obtained through diligent practice: My intention being to acquire the habitude of … Continue reading

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Mirya

That stands for Mirad blended artlessly with Quenya. It’s a working title. I’ve been meaning to create this monstrosity for a while. I love the semantic ontology of Mirad’s vocabulary, but I can’t bring myself to learn it because the … Continue reading

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2013 Reading list

A Throne of Bones, Vox Day A Meeting at Corvallis, S.M. Stirling As I Walk These Broken Roads, D.M.J. Aurini A Guile of Dragons, James Enge

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Can we make tomorrow a national holiday?

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Intro to SMV mechanics for (a) Christian(s)

If I say so myself, I gave Pepper a good foundation for understanding the rest of the material in this burgeoning field of inquiry. The original post, on lying, is at Alpha Game. Can we draw a connection between woman’s … Continue reading

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Blogspot address finally shut down

I finally got around to shutting down the blog that Google was hosting (http://aeolipera.blogspot.com/). It’s still the first site to show up when you search for my pseudonym, but I submitted a request to have the URL removed from the … Continue reading

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*Dusts off monitor*

Like I told Zeke, I want to get back on the horse. But I got distracted (and, admittedly, a little hypergraphic) commenting over at Vox Popoli. I’ve generated enough text that posting the exchange here wouldn’t be practical. On the … Continue reading

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