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    I may see if I can get w/e if Hospital fails first at where I used to go myself.
    Good idea - do you think they would remember you?
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    (Original post by Etoile)
    Good idea - do you think they would remember you?
    I'm unsure. Maybe. I don't think it's the most relevant factor though if they don't. That's one extra load of my mind. I have an idea for some form of work experience somewhere. If I can also find any open and public lectures for Philosophy to attend...it might end up satisfactory.
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    I'm unsure. Maybe. I don't think it's the most relevant factor though if they don't. That's one extra load of my mind. I have an idea for some form of work experience somewhere. If I can also find any open and public lectures for Philosophy to attend...it might end up satisfactory.
    :woo:
    And even if you don't, I think your reading might be sufficient :lol:

    Ooh hey look http://www.philosophynow.org/events/United_Kingdom
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    (Original post by Etoile)
    :woo:
    And even if you don't, I think your reading might be sufficient :lol:
    :woo: indeed.
    I bloody hope so. It worries me that. I mean, I could read lots and lots...but I have a horrible feeling for some reason of them wanting more.

    That's that settled. Or, at least there's a plan of sorts.
    Also, when it comes to the Prize for Philosophy and Ethics year 12...I'm entering that...regardless.

    Etoile. I love you for that link.
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    (Original post by Coco_94)
    :woo: indeed.
    I bloody hope so. It worries me that. I mean, I could read lots and lots...but I have a horrible feeling for some reason of them wanting more.

    That's that settled. Or, at least there's a plan of sorts.
    Also, when it comes to the Prize for Philosophy and Ethics year 12...I'm entering that...regardless.

    Etoile. I love you for that link.
    :awesome:
    I think, if you can talk about it and give good opinions on it (maybe in PS/interview) then it is definitely fine. Quality over quantity!
    Within your school? If you don't win....the world will explode
    You love me anyway
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    (Original post by Etoile)
    :awesome:
    I think, if you can talk about it and give good opinions on it (maybe in PS/interview) then it is definitely fine. Quality over quantity!
    Within your school? If you don't win....the world will explode
    You love me anyway
    I suppose so. Considering I've got some of the books recommended by Trinity already and am working through, I hope it'll go down well.
    No, the one for Trinity college. Nationally. Which is more daunting. :teehee:
    Just accept the gesture.
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    I suppose so. Considering I've got some of the books recommended by Trinity already and am working through, I hope it'll go down well.
    No, the one for Trinity college. Nationally. Which is more daunting. :teehee:
    Just accept the gesture.
    It will These? That is a very long list o.O
    But that makes it more fun! :woo:
    Okey, I have love for you too
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    (Original post by Etoile)
    It will These? That is a very long list o.O
    But that makes it more fun! :woo:
    Okey, I have love for you too
    It wasn't the list I read, but I have The Problems of Philosophy, and am working on it now. I was yesterday.
    It's ranked as most or least difficult on that list? o.o
    Peter Singer and John Stuart Mill are on my list.
    Then I have my Hume and Kant.

    It does! And more worthwhile.
    That's how it should be. :hugs:
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    lolololol you're a Fallen Woman now, because of Oskar. :rofl:
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    (Original post by Coco_94)
    It wasn't the list I read, but I have The Problems of Philosophy, and am working on it now. I was yesterday.
    It's ranked as most or least difficult on that list? o.o
    Peter Singer and John Stuart Mill are on my list.
    Then I have my Hume and Kant.

    It does! And more worthwhile.
    That's how it should be. :hugs:
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    lolololol you're a Fallen Woman now, because of Oskar. :rofl:
    You pro
    Most, I think! :lol:

    Those would be very impressive
    Have you started it yet?
    :hugs:
    Ahem. You are the one with the bun in the oven
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    (Original post by Etoile)
    You pro
    Most, I think! :lol:

    Those would be very impressive
    Have you started it yet?
    :hugs:
    Ahem. You are the one with the bun in the oven
    I am
    That explains last night! :rofl:
    Even though as I got more delerious and my mind more loose, I somehow understood more and had to re-read passages less.
    I have. Chapter 7 out of 15
    :hugs:
    Oh so I epitomise the fact that men get off with the crime easy. I see.
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    (Original post by Coco_94)
    I am
    That explains last night! :rofl:
    Even though as I got more delerious and my mind more loose, I somehow understood more and had to re-read passages less.
    I have. Chapter 7 out of 15
    :hugs:
    Oh so I epitomise the fact that men get off with the crime easy. I see.
    :lol:
    Erm... :teehee:
    It's the syphilis, it helps :teehee:
    Like a baws I think you have inspired me to read a bit more of mine
    :hugs:
    I'm just saying, that you are the fallen woman here :teehee:
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    (Original post by Etoile)
    :lol:
    Erm... :teehee:
    It's the syphilis, it helps :teehee:
    Like a baws I think you have inspired me to read a bit more of mine
    :hugs:
    I'm just saying, that you are the fallen woman here :teehee:
    I know..I know. :rofl: :rofl:
    Thank you for that gift...:teehee:
    Indeed! Bertrand Russell is such an engaging writer. I've inspired myself. More of it after this intervie with Peter Singer.
    :hugs:
    Oh damn. :emo: :shakecane:
    Off I go to stare out to sea....:moon:
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    (Original post by Coco_94)
    I know..I know. :rofl: :rofl:
    Thank you for that gift...:teehee:
    Indeed! Bertrand Russell is such an engaging writer. I've inspired myself. More of it after this intervie with Peter Singer.
    :hugs:
    Oh damn. :emo: :shakecane:
    Off I go to stare out to sea....:moon:
    :teehee:
    I got it off dabby :teehee:

    Camus :sexface:
    :hugs:
    :teehee: :hugs:
    For whatever we lose (like a you or a me), it's always ourselves we find in the sea :moon:
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    (Original post by Coco_94)
    Does he appreciate Dat Ass too? :moon:
    I wouldn't know
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    (Original post by Etoile)
    :^_^: :cute:

    Awww ♥ What do you feed to a hedgehog? :L
    Cat food mostly, though they sell hedghog food in pets at home.
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    Cat food mostly, though they sell hedghog food in pets at home.
    Awww ♥


    How was your party btw?
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    (Original post by Etoile)
    :teehee:
    I got it off dabby :teehee:

    Camus :sexface:
    :hugs:
    :teehee: :hugs:
    For whatever we lose (like a you or a me), it's always ourselves we find in the sea :moon:
    Syphilis is a quick one it seems. Five seconds was all it took for you to contract it? :eek:
    Camus, we have Camus in our library and all I know is that he was an absurdist, and French.
    Speaking of which, how do you know of Camus?
    Sartre. Nietzsche. Kierkegaard. The three big boy existentialists.
    Though, I love me some Kant. :sexface:
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    Hm?
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    (Original post by Coco_94)
    Syphilis is a quick one it seems. Five seconds was all it took for you to contract it? :eek:
    Camus, we have Camus in our library and all I know is that he was an absurdist, and French.
    Sartre. Nietzsche. Kierkegaard. The three big boy existentialists.
    Though, I love me some Kant. :sexface:
    :hugs:
    Hm?
    Apparently so :rofl:
    Indeed :sexface: I might try some Satre and Nietzsche in the original languages too :sexface:
    I know you do :rofl:
    :hugs:
    Idk, it seemed relevant at the time :lol: It's pretty too :awesome:
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    I had a realisation last night :yep:
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    Hello! Im bored and cant revise so Im here :L
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    (Original post by Etoile)
    Apparently so :rofl:
    Indeed :sexface: I might try some Satre and Nietzsche in the original languages too :sexface:
    I know you do :rofl:
    :hugs:
    Idk, it seemed relevant at the time :lol: It's pretty too :awesome:
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    I had a realisation last night :yep:
    I give you the herculean task of reading and gaining a thorough understanding of Thus Spake Zarathustra in German. :smug:
    Sartre is much more optimistic than Nietzsche, though at the same time Nietzsche, from what I've understood is still liberating....though damn a pessimist he is, or arguably a realist, in regards to his opinion of humanity as it is now.
    Though I guess it depends on your character. GOTT IST TOT!
    It confused me. :teehee:
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    What was that? :hugs:
 
 
 
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