« on: May 22, 2016, 09:06:48 pm »
I mean: they question, the universe answers. I wouldn't get in the way of that.
'sup, my privileged, cishet shitlords? I'm back from oppressing womyn and PoC.
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For example, I was told that believing in free will means that I believe everyone has to be exactly alike.I think it's someone reading free will backward. Starting from the moral/practical conclusion that one must act in accordance to the categorical imperative, to ensure the autonomy of others to do the same (golden rule), they assume that everyone has be exactly alike. It's not all that endearing.
Maybe I'll drop my 300 class today.Mercury will soon be out of retrograde. I just keep telling myself that.
Or you could just stop believing in astrology.
I've realized I know very little about economics, so now I've just started reading Anwar Shaikh's Capitalism - Competition, Conflict, Crises. It's huge (nearly 1000 pages), but interesting thus far.I really like that metaphor of it being "turbulent in operation". Because turbulence is inefficient, I would have originally expected that it be designed/engineered out of the system. In practice, however, I suspect that large corporations can navigate that turbulence with greater ease than the small fish.
Quote from: Introduction, page 14The profit motive is inherently expansionary: investors try to recoup more money than they put in, and if successful, can do it again and again on a larger scale, colliding with others doing the same. Some succeed, some just survive, and some fail altogether. This is real competition, antagonistic by nature and turbulent in operation. It is the central regulating mechanism of capitalism and is as different from so-called perfect competition as war is from ballet.
Fernando Poo I suspect, in a speculative entertainment only capacity, that you have a nutrition deficit of potassium, but going to a doc is a must because it could be a congenital muscular or neurological problem. That you've experienced those symptoms for a long time implies that you either eat very poorly on the regular or you're not able to utilize potassium properly for some reason. If you're not inclined to go or the cost is prohibitive you could consume a banana with each meal for a week and 2 before bedtime and see if your symptoms persist. If they do persist AT ALL after a week or don't improve in the slightest after a couple days go asap.