Man and Sin by Piet Schoonenberg (1964) 2.3 HY

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[The heart is a single, contradiction-filled actuality.

Does the intersection of ‘I choose something illuminated in the mirror of the world’ reflect the anatomy of desire?

Have you heard the name of Jacques Lacan?

How about Bruce Fink or Slavoj Zizek?

How about Carl Jung and Marie Franz?

A brief reading of any of their disturbing works will bring this model to life.]


Man and Sin by Piet Schoonenberg (1964) 2.3 HW

[What do I mean by the term “words”?

Listen to the promises of Progressive politicians.

Listen to the reporting of Progressive news organizations.

Read the legalese packed into the thousands of pages in a single piece of Progressive legislation.

Listen to the Professor’s concerns about the sensitivities of others.

Read the twisted logic of Progressive so-called social scientists.

These “words” do not liberate.

They shackle.]