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posts by Corvis Commoner | joined 22 Dec 2006 | 5


posted 22 Dec 2006, 06:12 in Philosophy DiscussionFree Will by Corvis, Commoner

As Nietzsche said, and is quoted in the prince of nothing book one, "I shall never tire of underlining a concise little fact which these superstitious people are loath to admit-namely, that a thought comes when "It" wants, not when "I" want..." So what do you belive? Does it come when "it" wants or when "you" want it too? and if the thought comes when "It" wants not when "I" want then there can be no free will for, we would be moved by something out of our control making decisions so we think on thoughts that are not our own for they come when they want so it would seem that thought alone has free will... :?: :?: :o view post


posted 23 Dec 2006, 08:12 in Philosophy DiscussionFree Will by Corvis, Commoner

ah but the thought of choosing is a thought all its own. view post


posted 22 Jan 2007, 17:01 in Literature DiscussionOk so I feel like ive read every good author in existence. by Corvis, Commoner

Try E.E. Knight "Way of the wolf" first book in the series view post


posted 18 Feb 2007, 01:02 in Literature DiscussionOk so I feel like ive read every good author in existence. by Corvis, Commoner

You could also give Richard K. Morgan in his books sometimes its hard to decide if the main char is good, bad or just in the middle. the first book of his that i read was "Altered Cardon" give it a shot its one hell of a book. view post


posted 20 Mar 2007, 03:03 in Literature DiscussionOk so I feel like ive read every good author in existence. by Corvis, Commoner

True it would be pretty hard but in the first book he is in one body the majority of the time view post


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