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 UPDATE: AUGUST 2016

I have posted to this blog at regular intervals on or around the last day of every month, from the period beginning March of 2012, up until October of 2013. And if these particular posts are read in sequence they should, hopefully, present the reader with a reasonably coherent narrative.

After October of 2013 I was not able to post here quite so regularly.

This is because – beginning towards the end of 2013 – I had started to engage in a number of far more detailed private exchanges with other interested parties here, regarding the consequences arising from the incorporating of particular concepts of Eugene Halliday’s into various forms of praxis – which is the only aspect of this material that I am really interested in, or that I believe to be of any importance. And in order to give these exchanges the attention that I believe they deserve, my own contribution to them is now taking up most of my available time here.

However I am still posting – if somewhat irregularly. My most recent post being in March of 2017.

If you’re new to this blog, then I would suggest that you start by reading my first post. You can do this by either clicking hereor by going to the ‘Recent Posts’ section of the blog – located to the right of this message (under the ‘Subscribe’ box) – and then clicking on ‘1. Setting the Scene‘.

If after reading this first post you’re still interested, then I suggest that you read through all the remaining posts in numerical sequence.

I am quite happy to conduct exchanges on the forum here; and will also reply to any comments, as necessary.

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