I LOVE THESIS. It was a no brainer to buy the lifetime license and I never regret the decision. I’ve built dozens of websites with it. Why do we subject beautiful concepts like Wordpress AND Thesis to lawyering and sully the worlds best tools? Mr. Pearson has admitted to being a jerk, and just wants to make a living making a wonderful tool for us web folks. I really respect that. To me, Matt is the one being a jerk, exerting his massive ego, instead of furthering the cause of making better websites. The GPL issue is a smokescreen. People deserve to know about Thesis, regardless of whether it’s free or not.
I just can hope you both act this like gentleman. My business depends on WordPress and Thesis. @Matt: If you prefer a WP future without Thesis, you (that means Automattic) need to give us an other Theme like Thesis at the hand AND a Tool to transfers all data fine.
You revise your thesis statement to look like this:
Mathesis in ancient Greek means to learn, to teach. (Teaching and learning are exchangeable). The use of this verb here is not accidental. The understanding of the meaning of the mathematical knowledge is part of the foundation of science, and a key idea for the overall comprehension of mathematics as a subject. The German philosopher Martin Heidegger, in his essay “Modern Science, Metaphysics and Mathematics” wrote:
Almost all of us—even if we don’t do it consciously—look early in an essay for a one- or two-sentence condensation of the argument or analysis that is to follow. We refer to that condensation as a thesis statement.This fragment isn’t a thesis statement. Instead, it simply indicates a general subject. Furthermore, your reader doesn’t know what you want to say about sugar consumption.