> I think that there ought to be a Routledge paperback titled, An
> Introduction to the Metaphysics of Quality, And it should be used in a
> course for college freshman. They could write essays and stuff. Then it
> would be a "Real" discipline, and not just some fringe list on the
> Think of how much time and energy has been wasted studying outdated and
> useless things like Religion or Art History when the kids should have been
> learning something Good. Maybe some of us could get jobs teaching
> then people would have a reason to study it. But the first step is to
> publish a textbook. The kind with big unchanging chapter headings and
> review questions in the back. And we'll need a glossary, so that
> will be speaking the same jargon, a sort of glue to hold the book
> Well let me know what you think,
> Dan Colonnese
Is that to say that Religion and Art History are Bad?
Perhaps there should be a guide to it all, but perhaps a reader's guide to
ZAMM, not to the MOQ. As far as these things go, ZAMM is Good, MOQ is Bad.
Is ZAMM a set text anywhere?
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