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First Blog Entry Ever

My first blog, awash in a sea of blogs, might not ever be read, yet it is somewhat exciting to think that someone, maybe just one person, might click by and see my words.

I used the word, Philosophicus, meaning philosophy, because I needed a good name and I am always inspired by Wittgenstein who continues to challenge me with his thoughts and words and language games.

Although I do probably have much to say on the topic of philosophy (and even computer science, which is another favorite topic of mine and which happens to be my vocation), I think I will end this first blog by simply typing this last period.

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