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May 17, 2023


Peter Garrison

I think some of the dangers of Presentism is that it is judgmental and filled with hubris.

Those who would erase the past may think that they could never be so blind or foolish as to make the mistakes that people in the past made.

In effect Presentism denies human nature with which we may always be disappointed.

Presentism itself is it a sign of such a flawed human nature.

The altered art work at the library is its fetish.

Handle Bard

The egos are strong with these ones.
They will learn much as they mature.
The learnings will be painful but necessary.
Reflection is not only from a mirror

Snarth Vader

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