Category Archives: THE LOST THOUGHT

THE MAN WHO LOST A THOUGHT: “THE END” (Post XXIII)

The sad man man, for the last time, sobbed uncontrollably as he sat on his log. It was my turn to speak. ****************************** “’Listen, nothing has been lost, nothing has been wasted. Do you realize how many people you have inspired … Continue reading

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THE MAN WHO LOST A THOUGHT: Socrates and Meno (Post XXII)

The sad man surprised me with his story about the dialogue between Socrates and Ion. The Euripedes’ magnetic stone of Heraclea was quite interesting. I decided right then and there that I would have to read about it and decide for … Continue reading

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THE MAN WHO LOST A THOUGHT: Euripides Stone of Heraclea (Post XXI)

The story about Socrates and Ion was finished; or so I thought. The sad man surprised me. He had a bit more to tell about the magnetic stone. ****************************** “Socrates told Ion that the power in Euripides’ magnetic stone of Heraclea was so … Continue reading

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THE MAN WHO LOST A THOUGHT: Socrates and Ion (Post XX)

The sad man once again started his discussion about his lost thought. He wondered if possibly he should stop thinking about thoughts. He voiced aloud that maybe he was trying too hard. Then again maybe if he gave his brain … Continue reading

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THE MAN WHO LOST A THOUGHT: Nihilism? Is it the answer? (Post XIX)

Corruption at an institution of research, an institution that supposedly searched for the truth and original ideas, that is what deeply bothered the sad man. The sad man put his head in his hands and wept bitterly when he finished … Continue reading

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THE MAN WHO LOST A THOUGHT: Corruption Raises its Ugly Head (Post XVIII)

“At the end of my second year at the lab I realized that the other research assistants and I were working way to much overtime. Of course we were not getting paid for the extra hours. We were exempt from … Continue reading

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THE MAN WHO LOST A THOUGHT: Life in a Research Institution (Post XVII)

With his life in the Jesuit order fully described the man asked me to wait for a minute. He said that he would be return immediately. I watched him as he stood up and walked down the small stream for … Continue reading

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