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July 17, 2003

Kaveh Khodjasteh  [info|posts]

The title of this weblog is funny. Are these thoughts really free? How can a thought be free? Thoughts cannot have liberty, but maybe we mean they are free of charge? But even that makes little sense. Maybe these are thoughts of free people? But who can call him/herslef free? After all maybe free thoughts are more actual than free people. Maybe these are only semantics of a new kind of egoism? It is for you and me and all of us to decide.

smart aleck at August 21, 2003 04:14 PM [permalink]:

You seem to have made fun of the title of the weblog. Haven't you read what Kaveh advised us to read?

In 1992, he published an article in the magazine Free Thought that became the seed for ``Why I Am Not a Muslim.''