Re: virus: A "Confession" about "The Sign"

Brett Robertson (
Fri, 28 May 1999 17:53:44 -0500 (EST)

"Subjectivity" involves self-negation and/ or dis-affirmation of truth. Can there be forceful (or willful) action which is contrary to truth
(ultimately, no, as that suggests NO person so as to become a subject-of
such intent)? As a system of partial truths, non-truths, and un-truths I suppose there "is" subjectivity (as there are people who are subject to other's wills, by force... small consolation for you). However, if your problem with an objective truth is that it suggests order (and thereby "god", or "christianity"), then I suggest you find "god"... fast
(rather than justify your actions using Carter and Clinton-- as neither
the one's thoughts nor the other's deeds will justify your own actions in the long run if such actions are counter to an objectively determined order).

Brett Lane Robertson
Indiana, USA
MindRecreation Metaphysical Assn.
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