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Philosophical Aphorisms by John O'Loughlin
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Like its two aphoristic predecessors, Yang and Anti-Yin (2004-5) and Lamb and Anti-Lion (2005), this title takes what John O'Loughlin had been building towards to its ultimate logical conclusion and establishes, categorically and without equivocation, a definitive presentation of his work such that reaffirms the gender distinctions that exist at all points of what he is rather metaphorically wont to call our 'axial compass', and underlines the importance of taking such distinctions to their logical conclusions in the interests of philosophical certitude and, with regard to noumenal sensibility, enhanced credibility in respect of godly truth. For anything short of this logical distinction between the various gender positions, not least in relation to metaphysics and antimetachemistry, will betray Truth and render it difficult if not impossible to realize. We hope others will agree with us, when they come to read the ensuing text, that it is the crowning achievement of Mr O'Loughlin's philosophy and the product of one who is in no doubt as to what Truth is and of just how difficult it will be, even with the best of ideological wills, to grant it its proper place in the edifice of religious progress and, what's more, to keep it there at the expense of everything else, not least that which appertains, in one way or another, to beauty. Difficult, yes, but not impossible! For this is the summation of reason, which is mind utilized in the interests of a beingfulness so supreme as to be heavenly and nothing short of the resolution of godly intent. - A Centretruths editorial.
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