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Remove The Synthetic Chrysliars

"In an age of synthetic images and synthetic emotions, the chances of an accidental encounter with reality are remote indeed."

Serge Daney (1944–1992), French film critic. repr. In Sight and Sound (London, July 1992). “Falling Out of Love.”

Pure consciousness; not 'pure appearances' as D. H. Lawrence would say. We only need to be empathic; self-aware, whether we can be trusted or not and so on and so forth. By following same age-old tested principles of our fathers and fore-fathers, which aren't or weren't part of social taboos or relative moralities - no, rather absolute. Rather, 'correct principles' that are grounded firm in our nature as light-houses or minars (minarets), the symbols of guidance and defense. Pure consciousness; not 'pure appearances'.

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