This is a new feature. Meditations are a form of expression, an exploration of a subject using introspection. They fall outside of the domains of philosophy and science. This first meditation is on meditations themselves. Their purpose is to use introspection to investigate a subject in contrast to the rigorous methods used in science and philosophy. They have no authority and any conclusions drawn are at the best speculation. Responses are welcome.
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