Thursday, November 7, 2013


Though phobic of sophistical thinking, Sheldon's ignorance of social norms led him to casuistry and false conclusions.
--A. Leland

Pay close attention when talking to [A. Leland] in order to not fall prey to his casuistry.
--Daughter C

Beware the findings of experimental philosophy: they are casuistry.

"Casuistry and illusion!" shouted the passionate Aristotelian, as the young modernist espoused his ethical argument.
--Mr. Big Food

You know what's strange about the word game? It's amazing just how frequently I'm seeing our words out there in the world, now that I know what they mean.


  1. No kidding! I heard "ostensible" four times on the radio let night while driving home.


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