Big as All Hell and Half of Texas (Memoirs of Marlayna Glynn by Marlayna Glynn Brown

By Marlayna Glynn Brown

Following the author's wildly liked award-winning Overlay and town of Angeles memoirs, large As All Hell And half Texas keeps the author's tale. This ultimate quantity candidly explores the pertinent societal query: how does an ill-equipped grownup baby of alcoholics navigate existence after a formative years fraught with abuse, shortage and neglect?

Continuing her engrossing trip from the instant urban of Angeles ends, the writer stocks the vignettes of her existence - replete with enlightening blunders, edifying effects, forgiveness and private redemption. titanic As All Hell And 1/2 Texas is a decent and inspirational account of the author's finally winning battles with melancholy, divorce, unmarried parenting, and ill-fitting love affairs.

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Meaning, agreement and contradiction, truth and falsehood, none of these belonged to propositions in their own right, propositions by themselves; they belonged only to propositions as the answers to questions : each proposition answering a question strictly correlative to itself. , 4 -(*',,-$+#- -- + 34 QUESTION AND ANSWER theories of truth. According to propositional logic (under which denomination I include the so-called 'traditional'logic, the 'idealistic' logicof theeighteenth and nineteenth centuries, and the 'symbolic' logic of the nineteenth and twentieth), truth or falsehood, which are what logic is chiefly concerned with, belongs to propositions as such.

This I denied. If you cannot tel what a proposition means unless you know what question it is meant to answer, you will mistake its meaning if you make a mistake about that question. One symptom of mistaking the meaning of a proposition is thinking that it contradicts another proposition which in fact it does not contradict. No two propositions, I saw, can contradict one another unless they are answers to the same question. It is therefore impossible to say of a man, 'I do not know what the question is which he is trying to answer, but I can see that he is contradicting himself'.

But these discussions serve no philosophical purpose. Viva voce philosophy is an excellent thing as between tutor and pupil; it may be valuable as between two intimate friends; it is tolerable as between a few friends who know each other very well; but in all these cases its only value is to make one party acquainted with the views of the other. Where it becomes argument, directed to refutation and conviction, it is useless, for (in my long experience, at least) no one has ever been convinced by it.

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