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    Re: Law is Ontologically Unintelligible

    I first posted on a atheist site, they were horrid, even worse than this site; then on Christian sites, because I had written an ontological disproof of Jehovah/Christ, showing that they cannot be...
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    Super. horrid, nitwit creep, sicko, get bent. Too radically retarded to handle viable honest criticism of your stupidity.

    You are so completely ignorantly mean that you cannot stop the senseless...
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    It makes no difference attorney or not, you all subscribe to the selfsame nonsense regarding law as a rule/force/determinant, which language of law is not and cannot be.

    I merely posited my...
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    I will be seventy five in June and hold two degrees in the liberal arts, 1973 and 2007. It is pitiful that not one of you can do more than argumentum ad hominem and, cannot possibly even begin to do...
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    Mind; subjective reality; facts; objective reality, all are instances of unicorn, of the King of France, of Santa Klaus, and, simply because there are words appearing to refer to such, undiscerning...
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    The very foundations of the law you pretend to practice is being dismantled at the ontological level and, you do not deem it important enough to possibly defend against. I will not stop until a book...
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    What, and depart from all the miserably hateful, ignorant bigotry, anal legalo-degenerates continually have in store!? You clearly possess a great legal mind perfectly acquainted with intestinal...
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    When you undertook insult I reciprocated, it is that simple. No, you do not owe me grounds for pure assertions, you owe to reason/rationality.
    I need to recall from which thinker I learned the world...
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    It is completely senseless and in vain merely to say you reject a construct, you are under the necessity to explain how and why, else one is being a mere child. You are correct that there is no value...
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    Re: Law is Ontologically Unintelligible

    Historicity has dubbed certain ilks of human thought ''philosophy''. I am neither vain or uninformed enough to claim to be doing philosophy, rather, it is ideaology, i.e., the study of ideas, in...
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    Re: Law is Ontologically Unintelligible

    No way my studies are in response to trash law just recently encountered upon buying property in an unfamiliar jurisdiction. Have been studying Sartre since 1971.
    I intend to remain purely on the...
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    Re: Law is Ontologically Unintelligible

    I sincerely would appreciate it if you would enlighten me concerning what you are signifying via the quotation.
    aurelieus
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    Re: Law is Ontologically Unintelligible

    My application of extant constructs, long established within the arena of theory regarding how a human act originates, to the notion of law per se, is radically original. Show me anyone else who has...
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    Re: Law is Ontologically Unintelligible

    You have been presented with radically original thinking in the form of an ontologically mediated critique of law, cast in the language and theoretical constructs of existential phenomonology. Anyone...
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    Those people are centrally considering the punishment and radical hurt which can be inflicted upon them by a brutally barbaric legal system; the language of the law per se has no capacity as an...
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    Re: Law is Ontologically Unintelligible

    There is no obfuscation; merely your particular lack of familiarity with the language and constructs of existential ontology.
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    Law is Ontologically Unintelligible

    LAW is ONTOLOGICALLY UNINTELLIGIBLE

    With the publication of Jean Paul Sartre's (1901-1980) ''Being and Nothingness: An Essay on Phenomenological Ontology'' (1943), an avant guard model of the mode...
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