Wednesday, January 14, 2015

The Inherent Hypocrisy of Relativism

When the Disempowered Take Power, Why Does the Left STOP Protesting Injustices Against the Recently Disempowered?

As the Greeks used to say, "Help your friends, punish your enemies!"

5 comments:

FreeThinke said...

Please do a post on The Turgid Tautology of Absolutism one of these days.

-FJ said...

No one could do better that to post a copy of Plato's "Parmenides"

-FJ said...

On the reason for Absolutism's turgidity, for "absolutes" belong only to the world of "forms" (each "form" with its' own unique "horizon" in our "sensible" world)

ergo 1 cannot equal "1", for if it did, it would be "2".

FreeThinke said...

A now-infamous lady named Bright
Once exceeded the speed of light.
She traveled all day
In a relative way,
And returned on the preceding night!


~ Attributed to Albert Einstein

FreeThinke said...

"Pleasant forms of hypocrisy -- it used to be called 'politeness' -- are vastly preferable to rudely aggressive forms of sincerity. If it weren't for hypocrisy, it would not be possible to have any society at all. We'd all be living in the jungle."

~ Medusa de Prave