Thursday, 6 December 2007

On the winding up of the specifically human

The following was written by a friend of mine. I won't comment directly. The text speaks for itself. I'll just add a news: The FDA has approved Abilify for "depression" if combined with an antidepressant. Abilify is a neuroleptic. The other makers of neuroleptics are expected to seek approval for their drugs (Seroquel, Risperdal, Zyprexa etc.) for "depression", too, in the near future.

On the winding up of the specifically human:

Which the specifically human really is
doesn't stand completely clearly, yet this much stands somehow clearly:
If the winding up of the specifically human comes off,
hardly anyone afterwards will really have a clue
what happened and what was winded up.

And the MOTIVE for certain forces to want such
a winding up? Yah! One would be this nicely excused from
having to take others seriously AS HUMAN BEINGS,
and thus the others are nothing but means to increase one's own profit.

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