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First text on Jan 28th 2001, 07:17:38 wrote
annihilator about materialism
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bconstan wrote on Dec 3rd 2002, 01:50:41 about

materialism

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I really don't know much about materialism, but I do know that I like having lots of stuff.

stormvogel wrote on Sep 22nd 2002, 08:23:05 about

materialism

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When I hear the word materialism I always think of idealism at once! It's balance of the perception...

alistair duncan wrote on Feb 18th 2001, 07:38:31 about

materialism

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Materialism comes, to my find in three varieties.

Cultural Materialism, Historical Materialism and Vulgar Materialism. The first two are analytic modes, while the latter is the common usage of the term. They are listed in order of personal preference.

stormvogel wrote on Sep 11th 2002, 23:56:43 about

materialism

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If you talk about materialism you never should forget that there will always be idealism as well!

Joanne wrote on Mar 5th 2002, 01:31:05 about

materialism

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The subject of materialism is what began my journey here. I searched non-linear thinking on a search engine and discovered this Web site. Last night I finished reading »The Undiscovered Mind« by Horgan. Although the text illuminated many ideas, I'm still perplexed about the explanatory gap. Although I'm not a dualist, I'm not an eliminative materialist, either. What is missing and how do we find the connection? Perhaps some right brain, non-linear thinking will close the gap.

rkcba wrote on Feb 17th 2004, 01:52:10 about

materialism

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Those who are of the opinion that money will do everything,
may very well be suspected to do everything for money.

Halifax

rkcba wrote on Feb 17th 2004, 01:49:18 about

materialism

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Love is the greatest thing in this world,
yet nine out of ten people are after money.

Evan Esar
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