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Blogger's block

I've been feeling a bit uninspired lately. Maybe it's because I'm too busy, maybe it's because I'm too knackered or maybe it's because my girlfriend has yet to buy a laptop, but I feel I've got the equivalent of "writer's block"...let's call it blogger's block. So I thought I'd write a blog about not blogging.

There are plenty of things I want to write about, but seem unable to due to lack of time or energy.

The things I want to wax lyrical about this month are:
  • Determinism: does free will exist?
  • David Cameron: why he is so wrong about the causes (and treatment) of poverty.
  • Musicals and why they are full of fantastic pop songs.
  • The lack of good signage in Ireland (seriously).
If you have any views on any of the above, do let me know as I may refer to your thoughts in the relevant post.

If I ever write it.

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Reader Comments (1)

Free will does exist, but it is fenced in by a number of parameters, such as the place where you were born, which limit the amount of choice you have. Even if one believes that everything you do is influenced solely by other people, that necessarily means that you influence some other people as well, therefore the one doing the influencing has free will, even though the one being influenced feels like not having a free will.

Me voluntarily putting my brain in a twist to write that should be a testament to free will. I could just close the browser tab right now, but I choose not to.

I hope that makes sense. Probably not.

September 10, 2008 | Unregistered CommenterHaggis

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