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Hemlock and the Passive Oppressor

The trope, 'what doesn't kill you makes you stronger', is a playful first approach and a material answer to a material world. If mental suicide is your goal, sacrifice your critical faculties and follow the flock. There is utility in this function, however oppressive it may be.

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Hemlock and the Passive Oppressor

It is very important not to mistake hemlock for parsley, but to believe or not believe in God is not important at all.

- Denis Diderot (1713-1784)

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David - The Death of Socrates - A planksip® Pillar of Sophia

Hemlock and the Passive Oppressor

The trope, what doesn't kill you makes you stronger, is a playful first approach and a Platonic answer to an "ideal" world. If mental suicide is your goal, sacrifice your critical faculties and follow the flock. There is utility in this function, however oppressive it may be. Choose wisely my friend.


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Denis Diderot

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