Woww! They've all left for "memecentral"!!
>From: "decker150" <decker150@...>
>Subject: [Sartre] Re: Human Cohesion (Everything 'is' Interconnected)
>Date: Sat, 10 Jan 2004 22:37:12 -0000
>Well JL, I'm glad one Existentialist among an otherwise predominately
>athetistic forum is willing to say so. My point about 'forgeting' God
>isn't really about forgeting God, but more about finding a langauge
>suitable to atheistic marketplace, searching for some expression that
>such a class of people might otherwise embrace. This is afterall a
>Marxist and Sartrean Existentialist discussion group, drawing in more
>sceptics than believers such as yourself.
>My feeling is that 'the mind' is always on tour, guided by one 'meme'
>( http://www.memecentral.com ) program or another. All intelligent
>atheist have their ontologies, such logical voices that attempt to
>deal with the fact of their own Being; and although it is not a
>'religion' per se, they are memetically program and devoted to their
>Someone once said 'it's one thing to have an idea, but it's another
>thing when that idea has you.' The later, whether atheistic, agnostic
>or believer is a fanatic.
>And I imagine that within the unique potentiality 'of my being',
>I-am-a-fanatic - Joe
>--- In Sartre@yahoogroups.com, "Lapin _866" <lapin_866@h...> wrote:
> > >Forget all about the religious concept called 'God', the universe is
> > >intelligent.
> > >
> > >Joe
> > >
> > Religions and beliefs in this view of interconnection can be sensed
> > of making an infinite variety of trips which to me are worth making
> > certain conditions)! Religion is mind-tourism. So no I don't want to
> > about religions and God even while agreeing with you on any other
> > what you typed!
> > JL
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