Paul Murphy wrote:
>sarcasm is the lowest form of wit
But brevity is its soul.
>Hitler - again, you look at history through rose-tinted bourgeois
>You don't make historical, objective points, but subjective, emotional
Oh please paul, your primitive 19th century philosophical distinctions
(bourgeois, objective, subjective, etc.) are so philosophically outdated
that you might as well start shouting for the workers of the world to unite.
You don't even know phenomenologies such as that of Husserl, Heidegger, and
Levinas well enough to recognize that the philosophy you are so obviously
assuming has been transcended many times over by 20th century phenomenology.
So get off your proletariat high horse and step into the 20th century,
before you stiffen into a frozen relic of 19th century historical
materialism forever. Marxists think they are so the be-all and end-all of
philosophy, and all the while, phenomenologists are reaching new heights of
which Marx never imagined.
>You want to make people sentimentalise about events. I mean, you can't
>possibly say that, can you, what about the N****. Please, no sentiment,
>no phoney bourgeois 'legalism', I don't need it.
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