Why Not Study The Cosmopolitans, Continentals, Philosophers of Language, and Mystics?


[S]pending time analyzing lies is not useful. In fact, its harmful. And that’s the intent of the authors.

—“If you dance with the devil, the devil doesn’t change, the devil changes you.”—

Or less eloquently,

—“If you spend a lot of time with dung, you begin to smell of it.”—

Or put more accurately:

We are all aware that the average idiot seems to feel qualified to engage in discourse on ethics, morality, politics, economics, psychology, and sociology, despite his pervasive ignorance.

By constructing elaborate nonsense-riddles the producers of systems of lies accomplish indoctrination through amusement.

In other words, the study of the language of deceit makes one a willing host for it, and an accidental accomplice to it.

If philosophy and science are compatible then the subject at hand is possibly worth consideration.

If they are not compatible, then the evidence is that the subject at hand is one of deception, not education.

Curt Doolittle,
The Propertarian Institute
Kiev, Ukraine.

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