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Philosophical Aphorisms by John O'Loughlin
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If anything feels like a definitive title it is this one, a project which enabled John O'Loughlin to draw the various strands of his philosophy together and enunciate his worldview with such a logical consistency and comprehensive exactitude ... that he felt as though nothing significant had been overlooked, and there was even room for one or two long-standing grudges and resentments to be aired in the interests of enhanced credibility. This, to us, is akin to a Seventh Heaven; for it is actually the seventh text in the series of similarly-structured aphoristic works stemming from Ethnic Universality (2002), the titular independence of all of which is designed to maintain a sense of and commitment to individualism in the wake of the rather more closely-collectivized texts which came to a head with the four parts of Total Truth (2002). What has come to a head here, however, is a sense of freedom which owes more to theocracy than to democracy but could not materialize, in any ultimate form, without the assistance of democracy. That, in itself, is not new to Mr O'Loughlin's work, but the way it has been described and the extent to which he has exposed the penalties of not embracing psychic freedom more absolutely is really quite something else, not least in respect of the covert subversion of male virtues by female moralities in sensibility which is the price to be paid in the absence of a more complete freedom. - A Centretruths editorial.
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