Obviously Marvin knows my husband, Bernie. Why else would he give as prompts an xylophone, Philosophy and for my benefit – I promise I won’t bite?
It ain’t easy being married to a philosopher and a musician both hard on the ears.
He’s a percussionist so the basement contains drums and a vibraphone which is the same thing, though he might argue the point, as an xylophone WITH NO SOUND PROOFING
He loves the bright lights when he performs, he even dances while he plays the vibs, a real twinkle toes he is, loves being in the spotlight
I never promised I wouldn’t bite his head off. Philosophers are not adept in the art of conversation. Too much intellectual clap trap. One of these days I may snap….
Not three classic laws of thought but of logic. I did ask.
The three classic laws of thought are attributed to Aristotle and are foundational in scholastic logic.
law of identity
law of noncontradiction
law of excluded middle
An example of the first may be, or may not be, Bernie equals noise.
He’s retiring at the end of the week so will be home more, hence the house will be noisier and messier and sometimes he plays with a buddy and I can’t even describe the kind of noise that is, hence I leave the house a lot to go to the pool or library to work.
What am I going to do with him home more?? It ain’t easy I tell you….
Blogophilia week 17.5 – “I Promise I Won’t Bite”
(Hard, 2pts): Use or mention one of the three classic laws of thought
(Easy, 1pt): Mention a xylophone