Re: terms (Psychiatrists, State,Liberty and Schizophrenia)
Sylvia T. Paldhan (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Wed, 02 Oct 1996 10:53:25 -0700
> On 2 Oct 1996 02:11:02 GMT, email@example.com(Errol Back-Cunningham)
> :|>>"The truth. No; by nature man is more afraid of the truth than of
> :|>> death--and this is perfectly natural: for the truth is even more
> :|>> repugnant than death to a man's natural being. What wonder,
> :|>> then, that he is so afraid of it? ... For man is a social
> :|>> animal--only in the herd is he happy. It is all one to him
> :|>> whether it is the profoundest nonsense or the greatest
> :|>> feels completely at ease with it, so long as it is a view of the
> :|>> herd, or the action of the herd, and he is able to join the
> :|>> Soren Kierkegaard
> :|> Love it.
> :|> Errol
> What if the "truth" is: A life situation in which - one finds himself
> being the best thing since sliced bread ?????????????? Good lover
> BMW in the 2-car garage...beloved of his company, fast tracked for the
> top...the church elders all dote on him etc etc etc ...
> Naw. S.K.'s outta context here somehow
Yep. The old sour grapes phenomenon, no doubt.
"Truth is mighty and will prevail."