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Thursday July 25th 2013  Tim Candler


     I'd say that matters of personal exploration should probably be left private until such time as they are positively formed. However, with respect to structure, it is more often the case that matters of personal exploration, as they become formed take on a hue, and this hue has first to fit a pre-existing pattern, otherwise it remains private - or incomprehensible.

    The flaw in language, as a means of personal exploration, is that while members of our species are capable of acquiring it, we as individuals do not determine the meaning of words on our own. That definition comes from the amalgam, or the aedicule, hidden deep down there in the soup. All the same, I am able to say "Deep Sea Suds" and it makes a sort of sense. So I guess the question is, what do I mean by 'personal exploration.'


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