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Hope is a Forced Teleology

And yet I must admit to the hopium of goal-directed imagining of my brethren that I count myself as someone, not without hope, but admit that there is an addictive force a play of which we all play a part.

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Hope is a Forced Teleology

It is only for the sake of those without hope that hope is given to us.

- Walter Benjamin (1892-1940)

Heliotropic Hope - Another planksip Möbius

Heliotropic Hope - Another planksip Möbius

Hope is a Forced Teleology

Inspired by Walter Benjamin (1892-1940)'s quote, "It is only for the sake of those without hope that hope is given to us". The titled responsion is

And yet I must admit to the hopium of goal-directed imagining of my brethren that I count myself as someone, not without hope, but admit that there is an addictive force a play of which we all play a part. Thrust upon all living and conscious creatures the counterpoint and cadence of live supersedes counterfactuals of reason or rationalizations.


Walter Benjamin

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