Re: On Humanity: An Observation
Interesting - however not a quote I would put weight into from my opinion. Mostly because of the manner in which it is worded, seems to attempt to in a sweeping motion express a single viewpoint, and then provide itself credibility. The first half to express that humanity primps and tries to be something that we're not, and the latter is that with that, we like to argue on our perspectives/view points, because they are ours, that part of his posing is the denial of it's existence. However, since expressed is a view point, it sort of invalidates itself, does it not?
And then I wonder, I wonder the reason or the cause of posting this? What purpose?
Personally, I like <!-- m --><a class="postlink" href="http://xkcd.com/52/">http://xkcd.com/52/</a><!-- m --> infinitely more.
"Justice, like lightning, should appear, to few men's ruin but to all men's fear."