Verisimilitude, bullshit and meaning
Jennie S. Bev
PREMIUM Every single incident captured through the senses has at least one meaning, if not several. Meanings are both attached and given. As a writer, I give both concrete and abstract meanings to many things, since verisimilitude is a principle that I always strive for. The truth, or at least the sincere semblance of it, gives validity and credibility to one's thoughts. More importantly, since writ...
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