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Metaphysical Awareness Month September 4, 2008

Posted by Dwight and Lynn Furrow in Culture, Dwight Furrow's Posts, Philosophy.
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Readers of Philosophy on the Mesa should hereby be advised that September is Metaphysical Awareness Month.

How are you spending MAM? For suggestions on how one might celebrate check out Brian Leiter’s blog.

As for me, I’m not sure what Metaphysical Awareness Month is. But if you’re thinking about getting physical with someone, and then you talk yourself out of it–I think you are in the right spirit.

Since that doesn’t sound like much fun, I think I will skip it.

Moreover, I think there is good evidence that “Metaphysical Awareness Week” is not a rigid designator.

Metaphysical Awareness Month, once sponsored by Healing Light Learning, and now evidently up for grabs. Wanna sponsor it? “

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1. Huan - September 4, 2008

Haha I love it, always with the sex jokes. 🙂

2. Ian Stone - September 5, 2008

As more people understand Metaphysical aspects awareness will grow.

With Love
Ian Stone – Founder of HEART Energy Healing System,
Human Energy Assessment Release Treatments
Metaphysical Institute
Metaphysical Institute Blog

3. Nina Rosenstand - September 5, 2008

Also worth noting: It is Menopause Awareness Month, National Mushroom Month, and Sea Cadet Month, among other fascinating focal points. I would assume we can pay tribute to all of those by being, somehow, metaphysical. Personally, I intend to celebrate the Fall Hat Month…

4. Paul Moloney - September 6, 2008

Considering the name of the group that had sponsored it, it seems that the term “metaphysical” had been taken in the sense of meaning astrology and the occult. Being that as it may, it seems that those that made comments on the Leiter blog took it in the philosophical sense. Reading the comments on Leiter’s blog, though, seems to indicate that there is not much difference between the occult and philosophical sense of the word.


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