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ArcherGorgon wrote:I have some papers written and was wondering how would you publish a paper. It seems worth while and I can make some difference with them at least I think so. Any advice would help me out greatly thank you.
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Grecorivera5150 wrote:What if you are developing a new school of thought? The philosophy of fame. Orthodoxy can stunt your growth. We live in a different time the Plato did. This is the information age after all. Imagine What Socrates could do if he had a pod cast or a video blog. There is no reason that you can not have a very profound impact on the world during your life time if you are able to seize the day. As for being right!? Please, there have been thousands upon thousands of philosophers and they certainly where not all right. They had particular perspectives that we can study through using hypothetical sympathy but there is no real way to determine anyone's rightness across the entire scope of their work.
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