"The forum has long hardened to the kind of sensitivity which was suited to you expressing yours."
I'll respond to Auburn if you wish to call me by that, though the name feels somewhat foreign now. The name symbolizes so very many investments I've made, many of which I feel were fruitless and under-appreciated.
With every mention of the name, I feel they petition for my return. I cannot possibly reply to them in the way they expect me to any longer, because I am no longer the same.
Oh wow, that's great - always nice to meet another MA! My main practice is Qin Na
I envy your position being able to combine martial arts + philosophy. Was a path I once wanted to tread.
Wish you all the best. Enjoy!!!
Ah, the ultimate map of philosophy. I wasn't aware somebody had replied to my post there, it went pretty much ignored, and I got bored of the thread soon after.
One day me or somebody else will make it. It is long overdue. Detailed explanations are best for lengthy tomes, but an instantaneously graspable, intuitively navigable, synthetic, all-encompassing, open-ended and extendable birds-eye view would be a monumental achievement.
Yes, I am British. I live in London at the moment (I'm studying Philosophy and Logic, officially. But I spend all of my time tripping on my own ridiculous brain. Honestly, I envy people who can come down after the drugs wear off.)