November 20, 2010
ME + me: More comments on Wittgenstein - 4 (bis)
I continue being not well, and otherwise also as before,
so I cannot do much.
However, I did again make
some more comments on
Wittgenstein, and I have now commented almost all the theses under
could do so because I slept somewhat better.
What I did today starts at
What can be shown, cannot be said.
and goes on till the end of
but I should add that this is the first version of the first version, and
I have left some comments and pictures out till later.
Also note the
comments are now in a new set of directories called Tractatus.
P.S. And since I think I have done enough for today, I refer you
you to 4..
if you want to read more of what I wrote today.
Also, I should say again that all
of my edition of and comments on
Tractatus are in a state of flux, and will be for the time being. I have to
do the work in this way or not at all, but will say at this place if and when I
have finished my edition and comments, which I indeed much hope to do this year
and indeed this month, but cannot guarantee in any way, what with ME.
P.P.S. It may be I have to stop Nederlog for a while. The reason
is that I am physically not well at all. I don't know yet, but if
there is no Nederlog, now you know the reason.
As to ME/CFS (that I prefer to call ME):
1. Ten reasons why ME/CFS is a real disease by a
professor of medicine of Harvard.
2. Long essay by a professor emeritus of medical chemistry about
maltreatment of ME.
3. Explanation of what's happening around ME by an investigative
4. Report to Canadian Government on ME, by many medical experts.
5. Advice to psychiatrist by a psychiatrist who understands ME is an
6. English mathematical genius on one's responsibilities in the matter
of one's beliefs:
is wrong always, everywhere, and for anyone, to believe anything upon
7. A space- and computer-scientist takes a look at psychology.
8. Malcolm Hooper puts things together status 2010.
me! alas, pain, pain ever, forever!
No change, no pause, no hope! Yet I endure.
I ask the Earth, have not the mountains felt?
I ask yon Heaven, the all-beholding Sun,
Has it not seen? The Sea, in storm or calm,
Heaven's ever-changing Shadow, spread below,
Have its deaf waves not heard my agony?
Ah me! alas, pain, pain ever, forever!"
- (Shelley, "Prometheus Unbound")
"It was from this time that I developed my way of judging
the Chinese by dividing them into two kinds: one humane and one not. "
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