Podcast #128: We chat with Kent C Dodds about why he loves React and discuss what life was like in the dark days before Git. Listen now.

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The key to this lies in the first line: "Man is a Spirit but what is Spirit?" He goes on to say that spirit is a tension. Contemporary science claims that humans are no different than any other animals. This is the empiricist/behaviorist fallacy which still haunts us today. This Kierkegaardian 'tension' pushes and pulls at us attempting to tear apart our ...


Could we therefore argue that what he calls his 'self' is nothing but these sets of experiences and their mental deductions that led him to form a boundary between him and the world?< Is not this assertion objectionable on the same ground as the assertion that is attributed to science at the beginning of the question? I mean, one could ask : " what ...

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