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Pinching the Ends of the Loaf...

Equivocated and derived from the Platonic 'goodness in itself', this surrender to the movement of the herd is a silent surrender of happiness in favour of the religious status quo.

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Pinching the Ends of the Loaf...

Pleasure and freedom from pain [bread], are the only things desirable as ends.

- John Stuart Mill (1806-1873)

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Taken as a Kantian responsion to the treatment of our fellow human beings, our fellow citizens should be means in themselves. Equivocated and derived from the Platonic goodness in itself, this surrender to the movement of the herd is a silent surrender of happiness in favour of the religious status quo. Transcendental laws eventually land on terra firma and result in an eventual reckoning by the majority. When the happiness and survival of our species are in question, the new faith worth following should be Scientific in nature.


John Stuart Mill

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