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PostSubject: Justice, one attempt   Sat Sep 12, 2015 11:25 am


From my Weltanschauung.

Justice was, as a child, percieved as a function of a bleeding principle, a developping instinct. For instance, not coveting my neighbour's wife was just: it could not be just (as a child I already rejected universality), this justice must be pointing me to a real instinct. "But not seeking out my neighbour for fear of her husband is not noble," I went on. Yes... Nobility is an instinct, and justice part of the triad that helped develop it. Justice was the taming of instinct for the searching of excelence in society, fear and universality forsaken.

Bleeding because it allows for stupid comments, for comments to be painfully stupid.

Alas! Society turned out stupid. But evolution has other ways than nobility to achieve excelence.

A new stupid.


In the final instance, I have only found philosophy to reward my suffering with theretofore unimagined... What? Good shit. That the answer to the world, in the final instance, is "yes." Not the answer to ME. To the WORLD.
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