By Marx, Karl; Runes, Dagobert D
This dictionary, from the pen of the well known thinker Dagobert D. Runes, is on the market as an try and outline the borderlines of human considering and human morality. In 152 pages geared up alphabetically, Dr. Runes has created a dictionary of his personal philosophical musings listed via evocative phrases. every one notice is by way of as much as a number of unmarried sentence aphorisms and infrequently a quick essay. As a collection, they disguise a really vast diversity of subject matters. In his look for actual verities and actual humanity, he's taking the reader on an laborious thought-provoking voyage in the course of the depths of the brain. this kind of soul-searching philosophy, unburdened by way of conventional demeanour and terminology, is usually baffling, often of depression personality, yet ordinarily interesting and inspiring. Read more...
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GRADING That we have great men in our time and recent times is not because of our educational system, but rather in spite of it. They are the ones the teachers couldn’t spoil. At least they couldn’t spoil them altogether, although some important figures of our times bear the mark of moral confusion and anti-social behavior. Some of them use their gifts and talents to sing the praise of totalitarian dictators. Others do not hesitate to undermine and betray the welfare of the democratic community they live in.
Those who do not feel injustice done to others are not part of the play the Lord has been ever staging. They are mere walk-ons in the scenes of history. It is a far cry from expressions of pity to acts of solidarity. COMPETITION This would be a more tolerable world to live in if men would merely go about their tasks instead of trying to be better than their fellow men. COMPLIMENT A trick coin carrying on its reverse the face of slander; a flip of circumstances, and there it is. COMRADE Watch out for the Utopian magician—he has an ax up his sleeve.
One can live like that and die like that. But some of us have a hunch there is more to it than meets the eye and ear. Atheists brag that they can get along without God; this is hardly a distinction in an era where very, very few pay the Lord more than a Sunday call. Those who are not troubled by questions know all the answers. Atheists are often enough shamefaced antitheists. They wish no Theos, no God, no Principle to interfere with the petty advantages of their little existences. They can’t find God because they search for Him only in the narrow confines of their traditions.
A dictionary of thought by Marx, Karl; Runes, Dagobert D