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By coll.

ISBN-10: 1620490331

ISBN-13: 9781620490334

The venture of self-realisation is born of the fervour for construction, within the second while subjectivity wells up and aspires to reign universally. The undertaking of verbal exchange is born of the fervour of affection, at any time when humans become aware of that they percentage a similar hope for amorous conquest. The undertaking of participation is born of the fervour for taking part in, every time staff task allows the self-realisation of every individual.

Isolated, the 3 passions are perverted. Dissociated, the 3 tasks are falsified. the need to self-realisation is become the need to energy; sacrificed to prestige and role-playing, it reigns in an international of regulations and illusions. the desire to communique turns into goal dishonesty; in keeping with relationships among gadgets, it presents the semiologists with symptoms to decorate up in human guise. the desire to participation serves to organise the loneliness of each person within the crowd; it creates the tyranny of the appearance of group.

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There is no sense of moral obligation conveyed in the remark. It is assumed that each player is trying to win, and the words “he ought” introduce a suggestion of what was wanting to produce the result. ” To whom was the obligation? To himself. So men speak of their duty to themselves, meaning the attending to supplying what is lacking to their welfare. These words duty and ought are not words to be rejected. That is conscience. One thinks he knows his Duty and with this thought come vague fear and selfreproach for not having obeyed the Moral law; not simple fear in the Moralist, rather a confused feeling, but a feeling as clearly distinguishable from the simple fear of consequences as Moralism is distinguishable from a calculation of interest.

If every act of every animal were perfectly Egoistic, nevertheless the demands of intelligence would not be satisfied without understanding the phenomena, which are explained according to natural law as reactions of individual will to motives presented in circumstances. To act Egoistically is universal, but to be in part ignorant of the fact seems to be also nearly universal. The theory of Egoism has its opposite in the theory of Altruism, evidently joined to Spiritualism by ignoring and denying the necessary 39 sequence in phenomena.

These words duty and ought are not words to be rejected. That is conscience. One thinks he knows his Duty and with this thought come vague fear and selfreproach for not having obeyed the Moral law; not simple fear in the Moralist, rather a confused feeling, but a feeling as clearly distinguishable from the simple fear of consequences as Moralism is distinguishable from a calculation of interest. The dread is as undefined as the Authority or the reach of consequences, or both, are indefinite and dimly apprehended.

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