Hub response to a good Doctor on hubpages known as Dr. Authur Ide
Its all based on our perspectives
Folks, if you are indeed reading this hub article, it was the end result of this author here being inspired by yet another hubpages author. He goes by the user name of Dr. Arthur Ide, and he has left a very thought provoking comment onto a article entitled "Why the art of being negative as a creative writer is a bad writing style - Super hubber Avengers". Written by the author here known as Cloud Explorer.
This is definitely the first of its kind for this author to write and entire hub about a hub, from the pure inspiration coming from a guest writer to his very own article. So this is definitely a special memorable occurrence on this writers networking community here and potentially for the worldwide web of visitors and viewers.
This is the good doctors hubpages profile
Dear Dr. Arthur Ide
Yes indeed, plagiarism is an age old condition of humanity, and I must agree wholeheartedly that it can and shall stop any honest writers in their tracks, if they are to truly dig deeper into the true manifestation from which their very own so-called knowledge is being harvested and cropped from.
I like to think of today's world as an imitation carbon copy of every single moment that has ever occurred running on high leveled repeat, and its become so over done, that I do believe whomever is churning out and turning on the idea tanks from some sort of perpetual think tank, as well as from daily thought engines, they all are also running out of bright ideas by the millisecond.
However, when ideas are pure, which in today's world its a complete and utter rarity, well then the shift towards more copying, and further exaggerated imitation's shall commence as well. I don't need a doctoral degree to understand such a true premise, but I have traveled far into per say the minds of the so-called philosophers of the ancient times, or at least the Barnes & Nobles overly edited versions of their thought powers and perspectives they've shared.
I believe it was Parmenides who was the philosopher of permanence, and Heraclitus was that of constant change. Now, as for Plato who was said to have taken from both of their philosophies or at least that's how I read it while researching on the topics in college. I was taught by a college professor (Who followed a set curriculum), and I learned about the whole river thing you spoke of towards the very end of your comment to me. If I do remember correctly, the quote you shared with me there derived from an ancient philosophers student who stated, "Nay! Master Once" and such a response had referred to being asked by his Teacher, could his student step into the same river twice.
Yes indeed, I do remember or shall I say recollect of such a thought process (That traveled through my mind as I pondered on about what I was taught there by my college professor), but it wasn't that of my very own. So, I will always give credit to those who've been told to me, that have gone before me with each and every thought that has come to their minds (or was said to have been according to popular belief today) and previous to my inception onto this planet earth.
This all doesn't mean that I haven't questioned it all, and I wrote a pretty intense philosophical hub all about (links provided towards the end of the article), and around the time when I had first joined this network, which dealt with the predominant factors that I believe does indeed place all of this into perspective that you've stated as a clear cut response to me. The very admirable and yet puzzling question pertained to how and when did all the Pre-socratic philosophers get their knowledge from, if themselves at one time were mere children and required nurturing, knowledge and guidance. (The way history has been re-written, kind of makes it seem as though most of them were all knowing from birth)
My quest for answers and knowledge has yet to spring a single person to come up with anything truly relevant, and my only issue is, didn't the Egyptians come up with a great deal of philosophy first and for all of civilization?, and what about the Library of Alexandria (According to Wikipedia Julius Ceasar had burned it down by mistake) that was burned down to a crisp? what about that moment in history? does it not count for something today?
Is it OK , just to act as if certain things like global dominance, and the pure and utter erasing of truth all throughout history is somehow justifiable or acceptable? These are all good questions to ponder on, and I have decided to turn my response to your question into this hub so to reach out others, and for us all to think long and hard about what you and I have discussed. Thanks! for the hub writing inspiration and for sharing with me here on hubpages.
If and when you see this hubs overall message, please let me know if its OK, to add your entire comment you left for me onto it (I will place your entire comment you shared earlier here), because I will do so in a split second, and it will become the first ever collaborative hub ever written as an end result of a comment that spawned yet another purely intense response from the original hubs author.
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