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Song Of Proserpine Analysis



Author: Poetry of Percy Bysshe Shelley Type: Poetry Views: 271

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Sacred Goddess, Mother Earth,

Thou from whose immortal bosom

Gods and men and beasts have birth,

Leaf and blade, and bud and blossom,

Breathe thine influence most divine

On thine own child, Proserpine.



If with mists of evening dew

Thou dost nourish these young flowers

Till they grow in scent and hue

Fairest children of the Hours,

Breathe thine influence most divine

On thine own child, Proserpine.










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Concerning the fall, it is indeed my piotoisn. However, that's a piotoisn I couldn't claim to prove in the same way I would claim to be able to prove the existence of God. Notice that while a deist maintains views which are irreligious, their view of God is minimally what a religious theist means by suggesting that God' exists. Religious people may mean more by God' but they don't mean any less, and they don't mean anything different. Atheism isn't the same as a denial of religion, Atheism is generally the commitment to the proposition God does not exist . That's what the post we're commenting on is about, I take it. Moreover, for somebody to say that atheism is necessary, they must mean that there are problems with Theism which are indissoluble. One problem might be how God doesn't seem to be evident to people who haven't reflected on it very much, or even sometimes not evident to those who seem to have reflected on it a lot. I provided a logically possible answer simply as a way to demonstrate that an answer is not only possible, but is a live option offered by a formal religion. Whether one thinks it is plausible or not is sort of besides the point for the argument though the argument merely shows that a solution is not only possible, but also not very difficult. Even if you knew your audience was fully familiar with those arguments, why should they assume you are claiming those particular arguments for support when you didn’t reference them? I’ve heard numerous people make very much the same statements as you have, and many of them have claimed completely different (and sometimes mutually exclusive) support for their piotoisns. I wasn't claiming those particular arguments I was appealing to the existence of such-like arguments which aren't hard to find. In fact, I only looked those few up in my library once you had asked me for some. Perhaps there are some arguments against the proposition that prayer can be efficacious you are most welcome to provide me those for me to consider as well. Or else, maybe you would care to take issue with any single point I've made thus far and we can deal with just that one (one at a time). This is, of course, up to you.Finally, and more importantly, you say: That’s the most disingenuous apology I’ve heard in a long time. Ignoring the fact that you then go on to present the most personal attack I have received in a long time, I am not quite sure what to say I know things can often be lost in translation online, and maybe it would be better if I could speak with you face to face, but for whatever it is worth the apology was sincere. I do feel sorry for any condescension, and I am currently trying to take you seriously, and prepared to field any arguments or points that you may want to present me. I am confident that I can manage to demonstrate, if given the opportunity, that the points I am making are good points, good arguments, and worthy of serious attention. Moreover, I am convinced, and I hope you agree, that the rhetorical tone of the posts, such as the one we're commenting on, isn't helpful or intelligent. x x

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| Posted on 2013-11-14 | by a guest


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Oh, wow. This is just GORGEOUS! I love the colors, which are so rich but not ovdorene. And the lighting is beautiful. In fact, I just looked at your other photos, and I love them. You're so talented!

| Posted on 2013-11-12 | by a guest




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