RE: MD Begging the Question, Moral Intuitions, and Answering the Nazi, Part III

From: Dave Beretta III-252 (
Date: Thu Oct 16 2003 - 13:36:19 BST

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     We say that thinking about a thing-in-itself hasn't seemed to help yet, so
    why not chuck it and think about something else. You don't have to think
    about openness to be open. You just do it.


    My karate master would agree, he said when you start learning karate your
    mind is always there, busy thinking. But when you've been training a long
    time no matter what movements you do your mind is blank. No mind, nothing.
    You (at least most of us anyway) have to practice quite a lot to reach that
    point. "Shugyo" he said, literally, just do it. If you want to do karate, do
    karate. You may not be good but you are still doing karate. The longer you
    do it the less your mind gets in the way.
    David Beretta (new member to the list)

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