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  1. These questions are metaphorical, not literal. They are signposts to the mystery. This mystery transcends human conceptualisation. The end. edit: 'I think, therefore I am' was Descartes. And he forgot to add the second 'I think'.
  2. If you believe in freedom of speech, you believe in freedom of speech for views you don't like. Goebbels was in favor of freedom of speech for views he liked. So was Stalin. If you're in favor of freedom of speech, that means you're in favor of freedom of speech precisely for views you despise. Noam Chomsky For after all the great religions have been preached and expounded, or have been revealed by brilliant scholars, or have been written in fine books and embellished in fine language with finer covers, man, - all man - is still confronted by the Great Mystery. Luther Standing B
  3. Hello all, this seems like a cool site with nice people. Anyway just being a good noob and saying hello. peace
  4. Thanks for the replies- not exactly what I expected! Assuming that you guys are statisitcally representative im def. glad to hear that a change of authors won't significantly detract from the book for my fellow WoT fans.. Hopefully once i start reading i'll be too busy with my one-man recreation of the attic scenes from The Neverending Story to notice anything amiss. peace
  5. Hello, I would like to know if other WoT fans agree with this. The thought of having another author finish the series is cataclysmic. Either it will be someone attempting to imitate Jordan's style and intuit his intent - which will almost certainly be excrutiating - or it will (more likely) be someone attempting to incorporate elements of Jordan's style into their own interpretation of his notes. It seems highly likely to me that either scenario will be a jarring and cynically commercial capstone to RJ's monolithic and brilliant personal accomplishment in creating WoT. No matter ho
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