Wednesday, August 14, 2013
dawkins logic, part 3
I'm all for criticizing religious thinking, and Muslims are religious, but attempts to set them apart from other traditional religions as uniquely backwards, evil, etc. follow the same pattern as Democrat attacks against Republicans and vice versa. In a two-party system, i.e., a false dichotomy, the case against the one is at the same time the case for the other. Like I was saying in advanced obamapology. The case against Muslims is the case for empire. Because the humans have some kind of tic, a heuristic shortcut that at some point perhaps enhanced odds of reproduction (or, if you will, its ontological mother category, repetition). And how much of human thought is based on an inside defined by an outside it's not?