if Logic can’t fold my thinking into it, yet I can fold Logic into Metaphors, well, then Logic has taken me as far as I can go.

Thanks :)  After the Metaphor “a-ha” the other day, I had a final showdown (he didn’t know it was) with a guy who was a professor of logic and hosts a very large Philosophy group on Facebook.  I challenged him with Metaphor v Logic.  I wanted him to be able to fold my way of thinking into his Logic.  At the end, he declared victory over my “challenge to transcendental logic”.

He’s a good friend but after that I realized, if Logic can’t fold my thinking into it, yet I can fold Logic into Metaphors, well, then Logic has taken me as far as I can go.  So, after 9 months after dedicated interest and heavy participation in those groups, I just left them all, after a nice “good bye and thanks for all the fish” note :)

Metaphors are definitely the direction I’m heading in now.  Don’t know where it’ll lead :)

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