Discussion in 'Conspiracy Theories' started by Lookout, Jan 28, 2008.
Damn that was dumb.
"From an Enlightenment or Positivist point of view, which is Hume's point of view, and mine, there is simply no avoiding the conclusion that the human race is mad. There are scarcely any human beings who do not have some lunatic beliefs or other to which they attach great importance. People are mostly sane enough, of course, in the affairs of common life: the getting of food, shelter, and so on. But the moment they attempt any depth or generality of thought, they go mad almost infallibly. The vast majority, of course, adopt the local religious madness, as naturally as they adopt the local dress. But the more powerful minds will, equally infallibly, fall into the worship of some intelligent and dangerous lunatic, such as Plato, or Augustine, or Comte, or Hegel, or Marx." David Stove
add the simpleton in the video to that list.
oooo how deep... who cares what some old godless bastard (hume) thinks
Alex's words where primal.. human..natural and nature and instinct are not dumb and not maddness..to become separate from them is...not a smpleton ..just a simple man,,speaking a simple truth
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