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We May Not Know What the Risk Really Is, but We Probably Have a Notion

In the realm of finance there is what is known as notional risk value. Financiers may not know what the risk really is, exactly, but they have a notion. To assign the probability a nominal value (knowing enough about what … Continue reading

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Objective Identity

Philosophy is the great adventure of infinite possibility, but limited probability, busy as we are nullifying the possible, verifying the probable. The Logical Condition Psychologists tell us that reality is subjective. Everyone perceives the same object differently. We have varying … Continue reading

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