Friday, January 6, 2017

Faith and nihilism

Assad finds Morck's nihilism (q.v.) unendurable, and fallaciously qualifies it, a matter of belief as is physics or economics or anything at all, including religion, as a faith in competition with his own Islam.

Assad complains, as believers in their childish self-centeredness do, that Carl's unbelief is arrogant and insulting to him personally, not at all seeing that historically and globally, and even in his own intrusive and demanding relationship to Carl, the shoe is and has nearly (but not quite) always been on quite the other foot.

Department Q.

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