makes sense

I am under no obligation

to make sense to you.

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Looking more closely at what it means to “make sense”:

Karl Marx defined logic as something that has been repeated over and over and over, millions of times, until it then is seen as “logical” to our mind. In other words, it is the result of the merely mechanical repetition of patterns of thought.  It is also clear from this that logic is the result of the past, or the known.  To “not make sense” means to be outside of the habitual patterns of thought of the human brain up until now and to be expressing something that is new, never been before. That is why so many innovations at first “don’t make sense”. Make sense?

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