The Soul of the Super Bowl

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David Harold Chester
1 year ago

Having written about how logic is applied to our understanding of macroeconomics, I find that in any and every argument that is logical, there is a need to look at two opposing aspects, that is in two opposing ways. This is strongly affecting how our view of the social system of macroeconomics should be applied, but it also is pertinent to other matters including religious philosophy. So although it seems to be illogical, in fact we need to consider the opposite as well as the more obvious and general view of a particular matter. As Hamlet should have claimed: “To be and not to be, that is the answer!” Obviously this attitude does not come from a coldly logical source, so to some degree it is logical to be illogical too.

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