[Marxism] Fwd: Materialism and the will. (Was: (no subject))
rosa.lichtenstein at googlemail.com
Tue Oct 20 18:04:21 MDT 2009
Well, I have actually done this already, at RevLeft; here:
in which post you will find links to other short posts where I
elaborate on this topic.
But, mine was a basic Wittgensteinian response.
On Wed, Oct 21, 2009 at 12:52 AM, Jeff <meisner at xs4all.nl> wrote:
> At 00:33 21/10/09 +0100, Rosa Lichtenstein wrote:
>>This is an artifical 'problem' created by a misuse of langauge.
>>More details here:
> Rosa, I would love to hear your views, but I honestly don't have hours to
> spend reading your lengthy essay (which I'm sure you worked very hard on,
> but please understand!). Since you refer to a mere "misuse of language,"
> perhaps you could point us to the portion that explains the language issue
> involved. Or better, just send a relevant excerpt to the list. Or write a
> quick synopsis thereof. When you write very long posts or refer us to long
> tracts, then your ideas won't be read by most of us, whereas a single long
> paragraph which is to the point, such as David sent, will :-)
> - Jeff
>>On Tue, Oct 20, 2009 at 11:34 PM, David Picón Álvarez
>><david at miradoiro.com> wrote:
>>> Nonsense, 'will' is an incoherent idea.
>>> The mind is a particular organisation of matter in motion. What does it
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