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They look pretty fully dressed to me. Not exactly burkas but not that much skin showing either.K
J sees what he wants to see.
We live in different versions of reality.
This philosophical stance is known as "Promiscuous Reality"; it really is. It is associated with the philosopher Dupre or Quine, I cannot remember which.Anon.
It may have been Ashley Alexandra Dupré; she became famous because of her Platonic philosophical exchanges with Eliot Spitzer. Koko informs me that currently she works as the inhouse sex philosopher of a large magazine, Her column is much read.
Yes, Dupre it is, but I am now enlightened as to which Dupre; I had thought it was John. Of course, Ashley would probably have learned about promiscuous realism from Spitzer in the first place.Or would it have been realistic promiscuity?. It's so confusing.Koko tells me that Dupre is a piker in comparison with Quine. "I find Quine's 'semantic holism' to be a more comprehensive account of the modern world", she says, " and I am especially disposed towards his 'indeterminacy of translation' thesis"."However", adds Koko, "I was truly surprised that he edged out Orzine for the 1993 Schlock Prize in Logic and Philosophy". Anon.
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