User:Jstanley01

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What happens to epistemology if nothing is true? How can it be it true that nothing is true? If it is true that nothing is true, then it cannot be true that nothing is true (a.k.a. circular reasoning). Logical argumentation against reality's independent existence may appear well-nigh irrefutable, right up to the point when the brick wall breaks all the teeth out of your mouth. The revisionist crusade to force literality, and with it all possibility of discovering truth, onto the ash heap of history crumbles to powder itself at the dawn of the realization that language, at its base, is not metaphorical, but symbolic. ø¤º°`°º¤ø,¸¸,ø¤º°`°º¤ø,¸¸,

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-Website: Biblical Research Journal

-Jstanley01's Latest Wikipedia Opine: The Conundrum of Online Sources





since 5 July 2003...


Articles I have started

E. W. Bullinger, Marginal demand, Cash-basis verses accrual-basis accounting, Gutenberg Bible, Scriptorium.


Articles to which I have materially contributed

Heinrich Bullinger, Figures of speech, Metaphor, Conceptual metaphor, Symbol, Literal and figurative language, Opportunity cost, Marginal demand, Complexity, Self-publishing, Fiction, Manuscript, Codex, Christianity, Hugh Glass, Center for Media and Democracy, P.J. O'Rourke, Hunter S. Thompson, George Wallace, Brady Handgun Violence Prevention Act, Greek language, King James Version of the Bible, Tax, Ponzi scheme, Lamsa Bible, Ward Churchill, Social Security debate (United States), Crusade, Modern evolutionary synthesis, Lunar month, 2005 Pakistan earthquake, Victor Paul Wierwille, Peter Duesberg, The Way International, Hypertext, San Antonio Spurs, Walton Walker, Gemini 4, Frank Eaton, Mayflower Compact, Denialism, Battle of Iwo Jima, Dick Fosbury, Wayne C. Booth, History of the Texas Ranger Division, History of San Antonio, John Salmon Ford.


Discussions in which I have participated

Talk:Denialism, Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/Steve Schaeffer


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Awarded for pointing out one of the craziest pieces of WP:synthesis ever to exist on wikipedia. --Firefly322 (talk) 15:00, 21 October 2009 (UTC)

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