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No. On. I have just composed the first sentence of my forthcoming book — the only one yet written : “Philosophy is a queer thing — at once the most sublime and the most contemptible of human occupations.” There is nothing like having made your start!

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A subjective construct through which a convergence of the unrelated becomes a relation. But there are many forms of imposition. The stream of consciousness seems to restrain from fixing relationships. A gathering of multiple lines drawn out from their previous weavings to make another line. Ropes unwound and weaving into other ropes. Am i off?

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Narrative, in its simplest form, is the act of imposing linear meaning and causality on events that might not otherwise be linked in such a manner, if at all.