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The Outline 16h
They will tell you, over and over, how they love to use logic, and how the people they follow online also use logic. They are not using logic.
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Tom Whyman 16h
This week's Outline piece is... a Hegelian reading of 'Can You Ever Forgive Me?' (yes, I do enjoy my work, thankyou for asking)
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“After I saw ‘Can You Ever Forgive Me,’ I couldn't stop thinking about Hegel.”
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drew millard Feb 15
wrote about a big issue that affects us all....... fake friends
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Curtis er død allerede 20h
I love the Titan Games. has created awesome challenges that give me chances to educate the kid(s) on the difference between strength/performance muscles and show muscles, and how even in feats of athleticism, brain strength (strategy) is a factor.
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The competitions are a mishmash of made-up feats credited to The Rock’s wild imagination, and are mostly designed to highlight strength, given The Rock’s presence as a terrifyingly strong human.
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The Outline Feb 17
"It’s totally possible that the LoveSync is not unlike the weighted blanket, a therapeutic tool meant to serve a specific purpose that has taken on a life of its own when removed from its original context."
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The Outline Feb 17
Watching people figure things out on the fly for the first time when there’s no established “perfect” or even “good” way of doing is a refreshing change from watching the elite of the elite try for absolute perfection.
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The Outline Feb 17
"You’re not going to go to jail for continuing to enjoy something. You can experience it in the same way, all by your lonesome. Just don’t tell me about it, please."
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The Outline Feb 16
There are many great scenes in the 1999 comedy Office Space, and one that’s more famous than the rest.
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The Outline Feb 16
Having an accurate picture of who’s online and who isn’t is only the first step in providing all Americans with more connected lives.
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hussein kesvani Feb 15
Great piece from on the guys who love logic and reason, by which they actually mean being racist online
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The Outline Feb 16
Pessimism can never be enough by itself — the right sort of fear needs hope to animate it.
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The Outline Feb 15
What we loved this week
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MZS Feb 15
“What’s remarkable is how ridiculously confident these men became, in a relatively short time, in their unique philosopher-king-like possession of objective truth and superior analysis.”
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Aisling McCrea Feb 15
I wrote this! thank you to and for the inspiration!
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Don MacDonald Feb 15
This piece is great: The magical thinking of guys who love logic: ‘People want to feel smart. Calling your opinions and feelings “rational,” as opposed to the “irrational” opinions and feelings of others, is a shortcut to boosting your self-esteem.’
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Julia Nightingale Feb 15
Brilliant, insightful and terrifying read. 'I’ve gone full Apocalypse Dad' via
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The Outline Feb 15
Why do men love to hide behind "logic," even when they're very wrong?
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