”Where do architects and designers get their ideas?” The answer, of course, is mainly from other architects and designers, so is it mere casuistry to distinguish between tradition and plagiarism? – Stephen Bayley
Word of the week–casuistry-(noun)-a resolving of specific cases of conscience, duty, or conduct through interpretation of ethical principles or religious doctrine. The use of clever but unsound reasoning, especially in relation to moral questions; sophistry. Synonyms-specious reasoning, equivocation, sophism, speciousness.
Too many meaningless scrawls on walls
even tho thought as soul-baring to all
Perhaps, cut-rate casuistries used to resolve
and the intent’s not of value for all involved
You know for those seeking to be clever
must give serious thought to their endeavors
Methinks a specious argument is a flimsy attempt
and a waste of time that could be well spent
Tis important to be authentic in what we think
and even more so when we spill our ink
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