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TO THE OXFORD-HARVARD JACKASS IN ORIGIN (ESPECIALLY)

October 9, 2013

LA MUECA HUMANA

COMO LIMITE AL DESTELLO ESTETICO

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xsJ4O-nSveg :

COMTE

(FROM WIKIPEDIA)

This Metaphysical stage involved the justification of universal rights as being on a vauntedly higher plane than the authority of any human ruler to countermand, although said rights were not referenced to the sacred beyond mere metaphor. This stage is known as the stage of investigation, because people started reasoning and questioning although no solid evidence was laid.

In the Scientific stage, which came into being after the failure of the revolution and of Napoleon, people could find solutions to social problems and bring them into force despite the proclamations of human rights or prophecy of the will of God.

 

 

THE WIKIPEDIA BOZO AS PROBLEM:

His emphasis on a quantitative, mathematical basis for decision-making remains with us today. It is a foundation of the modern notion of Positivism, modern quantitative statistical analysis, and business decision-making. His description of the continuing cyclical relationship between theory and practice is seen in modern business systems of Total Quality Management and Continuous Quality Improvement where advocates describe a continuous cycle of theory and practice through the four-part cycle of plan, do, check, and act. Despite his advocacy of quantitative analysis, Comte saw a limit in its ability to help explain social phenomena.

L’amour pour principe et l’ordre pour base; le progrès pour but (“Love as a principle and order as the basis; Progress as the goal”)

DIE (ANA) SPENCER (ORANGE)

The early sociology of Herbert Spencer came about broadly as a reaction to Comte:

 

Spencer is best known for coining the expression “survival of the fittest“, which he did in Principles of Biology (1864), after reading Charles Darwin‘s On the Origin of Species.[6]

 

Lamarckism (or Lamarckian inheritance) is the idea that an organism can pass on characteristics that it acquired during its lifetime to its offspring (also known as heritability of acquired characteristics or soft inheritance). It is named after the French biologist Jean-Baptiste Lamarck (1744–1829), who incorporated the action of soft inheritance into his evolutionary theories as a supplement to his concept of an inherent progressive tendency driving organisms continuously towards greater complexity, in parallel but separate lineages with no extinction. Lamarck did not originate the idea of soft inheritance, which proposes that individual efforts during the lifetime of the organisms were the main mechanism driving species to adaptation, as they supposedly would acquire adaptive changes and pass them on to offspring.

 

BEGIN NOW

You can’t be serious!

(The confusion sets in)

The simian and his ass teether: I need control-I need human will-I need God and Divine Human Providence!

(Because I suck-big time-and would have lost my job, even then: that’s why!)

Because I shall not have lived in vain, God damn it:

And human will as purpose, art and science shall not perish-and it is just this that I have in common with those I historically subjugated and disregarded in their humanity as common Republic of the human condition:

 

And so is their art, religion and cultures, strategies, simply, to give moral weight to the unbearable-untenable-lightness of being as cognizant biological experience.

 

But(t) I am the one who infected science-I am the one who tainted human intellectual endeavor through the fury as tantrum of the forlorn child;

 

And it is my feces-and soiled anus that to this day must still be wiped by father.

But the Spencer rifle:

We’ll (Orange) certainly take that.

Line’em up!:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=so9DBHCo64Q

A TOM AND JERRY APOCALYPSE-THE ONLY ONE YOU CAN REALLY HANDLE (IN THE END-STUDY CAREFULLY THE VIDEO, MOTHER*UCKERS!)

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SK

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