And by a prudent flight and cunning save A life which valour could not, from the grave. A better buckler I can soon regain, But who can get another life again? Archilochus

Wednesday, November 27, 2019

Generation from Opposites



Franco Aragosta said...

Agnes Collard? Perhaps knowledgeable, but obviously detached from the possibility of being TOUCHED or CHANGED by what she has learned.

Her AMNNER, and the TONE her delivery appear giddily self-conscious, at times almost flippant, and therefore FATUOUS.

Persons of this sort treat their endeavors as a GAME. Nothing –– at least on the surface of their lives –– is REAL to them.

Franco Aragosta said...

To refer to an atrocious act of violence as an "overreaction" is a cause for instant rejection.

Franco Aragosta said...

Listening to the cockney and the lowlife types he tries to engage, has helped me to understand why the Elders of Athens forced Socrates to commit suicide.

Franco Aragosta said...

From the little presented by the cockney it appears very likely that Socrates functioned as The JEW of his age i.e.–– Aggressively Opinionated, –– impertinent, –– Disruptive,–– Disturbingly Cynical, –– Disrespectful of Tradition, –– Contrary to Accepted Rules of Order.

Makes one wonder if the inherently aquisitive Jews didn't somehow acquire all that FROM Socrates –– as Marx acquired the basis of HIS pernicious ideology from Hegel, and the Frankfurt School acquired THEIR despicable idea of Cultural Marxism from Antonio Gramsci.