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Introduction to Social Solipsism (off topic?)
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June 30: Purpose
Two more days; Twenty more pages. It is getting slightly easier; I can already feel the end. Funny word, end. Equivocal; Ambiguous. My coming to Edam was a means to an end (namely, this book), and itís coming to an end. I wonder if other languages have a similar equivocacy. Hebrew does not. In Hebrew, Ďendí (the one that supposedly justifies the means) is equivocal with reason, which I think makes more sense. Not always is the end (or ends) achieved in the end. Sometimes a thing ends without the ends having been achieved. But the end is always the reason for doing something.
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