163 Recent Deviations
The reality abolished
Not by abundance of fantasy, but by absence of reality, is that it comes to replace it. Culture is responsible for having alienated us in virtual worlds where instincts live in terror under the disconcerting makeup of satisfaction.
Dream for Maria (Spanish)
Dispositivos multimedia de gama media baja y
Zapatillas de baile rasgadas
Difíciles de remendar.
Lo nuevo y lo viejo se encuentran
En el palier de la obra social.
Zapatillas de baile rasgadas,
Y bajas del ascensor.
Un dispositivo multimedia de gama media baja,
Y ojala te sirvan remendadas.
Y subas por el ascensor.
2017 - 04 – 27
I sell my death
I know you have my life
But I simply can’t afford it.
So I sell my death
In every corner;
I have the TV;
The apple, and the tree;
I have your dreams;
Your love, and your illusions;
I have the question and the answer,
I sell my death.
Estructura Ordenada del Cosmos
La relación entre unidades de un mismo plano
se rectifica, y, entonces, este se alinea con otros dos;
correspondiéndose el mundo, así, en tres niveles de percepción:
Inmediato; Mediato y Conjetural.
En la noche de la intemperancia
Aquiles alcanza a su defecto:
El infinito, es una simetría;
Como las alas del tiempo;
La fuerza del débil, la opresión;
La del fuerte, su tristeza.
La inmortalidad es el camino de combate a las fuerzas desintegradoras, mediante el descifrado y subsecuente fortalecimiento del cuerpo.
Beijing Forbidden City VR1.1 sephirotess 10 5
Wondering Out Loud
I often wonder why more people don't wonder. I wonder if the wonderless wonder that they don't wonder. Is it any wonder that everything wondrous can be traced to a wonderer? I wonder what wonders we could discover if only we wondered more. Wouldn't it be wonderful? I can only wonder.
Ask Me Anything #3
Ask Me Anything - Judaism
Ask Me Anything #2
You asked me questions, here are my answers:
“If you had a red button and if you push it, ALL humans would just disappear - would you push it?”
This is a more interesting question than it would first appear. This reminds me of the philosophy of anti-natalism, perhaps the most prominent advocate of which is philosopher David Benatar who wrote “Better Never to Have Been” (I’ve not read it, but plan to).
The short answer is no, I wouldn’t. From a certain perspective, however
Racist Command Theory
There is a concept in theology and meta-ethics known as Divine Command Theory, which asserts that morality and moral goodness stem from god, and therefore whatever a god commands is moral because they commanded it, and every action a god takes is moral because they did it. What makes Divine Command Theory such flawed concept is that it divorces behavior from its consequences, or from any guiding principle — from its merits, and makes it dependent on whatever some authority says or does. At bottom, it's an inversion of basic causal logic.
I've noticed something similar in our political discourse, where people sometimes seek to demonstrate or insinuate that someone is a racist by pointing out that something they said is also something that racists have said.
You said X.
Racists also say X.
Therefore, you are a racist.
A statement does not automatically become ra