[Buddha-l] Being unable to imagine dying and living

andy stroble at hawaii.edu
Sat Jun 26 23:48:35 MDT 2010

We do top replies on buddha-l.   I (and others) have a hard time picking
out your replies!  The word is "inconceivable",  as per the movie.  And
the point still remains:  existence is as inconceivable as
non-existence. I was trying to be nice. 

On Sat, 2010-06-26 at 13:51 -0700, lemmett at talk21.com wrote:
> >A scandal in French philosophy?  Who would have thought!   I  would
> suggest, however, that you are starting on the wrong end: it is your
> existence that is inconceivable. Isn't this the sunya of existentialism
> and deconstruction?  And given that, the inconceivability of
> non-existence is not all that problematic.    
> >>Sure
> >And, you keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it
> means. (Inigo Montoya, in the Princess Bride)
> >>Aporias? I think I do know what it means and anyway I was using it as a book title! Be nice!! Also you underestimate my insanity.
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