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Standard Method

September 24, 2012

Although I plan on expanding on the “Standard Method”  theme in the very near future this particular post serves both as a platform for me to present my methodology as well as an opportunity to simply become more familiar with WordPress.  My previous efforts were plagued with various problems to which I seemed unable to find a solution.  I hope this effort will fare a bit better.

In any event, my methodology is quite simple, no purported fact or assumption goes unexamined or unquestioned prior to the underlying concept it represents being accepted as absolutely true.  Each step forward is thus completely dependent on the verifying what came before it.  I allow the facts to lead me to an undisclosed final destination which may or may not represent my original desires.


From → Moral Reasoning

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